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Out of these five ways to update old furniture, have you ever tried any? When she’s not spending time with her little man, thrifting, creating, shopping or working on a project, Myra enjoys date nights with her husband and blogging at My Blessed Life.

Now that gray is here to stay as the new brown, what do you do to make your brown sofa look more current? What about all the bright and happy colours, how do you bring those in? February’s newsletter this month is all about how to do that!

Besides painting, using decoupage on drawer fronts and table tops is a fun way to add extra interest and texture to furniture.

It is important to use an oil-based primer to block stain from coming through. Distressing and waxing is always a nice touch to give painted furniture extra character and charm.

Another paint option is chalk paint which is becoming very popular because it is better for the environment and is very user-friendly.

They are at once audacious works of art in innovative designs which are deeply comfortable pieces with the highest quality inner materials delivering both comfort and form.

In addition to an array of sumptuous European and Italian fabrics and leathers, our modern and contemporary leather sofas and sofa chairs feature unique accents including beveled glass, lacquered wood, and stainless steel to name a few.

Stenciling is easy and cheap because you just need a stencil, paintbrush and paint.

It does require a little patience, but the results are spectacular.Whether you choose to hire the job out or do-it-yourself, re-upholstering furniture is often a great option – especially if the furniture is well made.Recovering dining chair seats is a simple process that I’ve done over the years.I hope you’re inspired to look at older furniture in a different way.Just imagine how great a piece can be with a little extra updating love.We also offer classic and traditional Italian leather sofas and sofa chairs up which take as their inspiration the designs of 17th and 18th century France and Italy.

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