Guest Bloggers Chris and Julia from ChrisLovesJulia has a great post that breaks down how different stains can look based on the wood species that are being used. Follow along as this DIY couple shares their findings, and tips imparts some helpful guidance to get you started on your
I never stop looking for antiques that I can bring to life back in my workshop – hopefully with just a little effort. So, when I spotted this forgotten, expanding bookstand I knew it had to come home with me.
I start each project like this, by first carefully vacuuming off the dust
The holidays are always a time for parties, so when I took a closer look at this 1990s rolling microwave cart Leigh Ann had been using to pot plants in our garage, I got an idea.
All it had was a thin natural finish over the birch boards, so a light sanding with #150-grit sandpaper
I enjoy working on old furniture, which means I need wide workbenches. This maple workbench proved to be too narrow for many of my projects, so I moved it over to a storage room. But Leigh Ann decided it would be a perfect addition to her new potting shed, so we loaded it into our