Interested In Chalk Paint? 3 Different Ways You Can Use It

Posted on: 18 December 2017

Chalk paint is made of hard pigments and it comes in a variety of colors, such as yellow, green, blue, and black.  There are two different types of chalk paint: chalkboard paint and traditional chalk paint. There are many ways you can use this paint in your home. To help you get started, below is more information about 3 of these ways. You can then get the whole family involved in this type of painting.
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How To Refinish Hardwood Furniture

Posted on: 6 October 2017

When it comes to style, hardwood furniture is really hard to beat, especially for your living room furniture. Homeowners love the fact that they can customize their hardwood furniture by applying a unique stain and the fact that the finish on hardwood furniture can be changed over the years. That is, you can always refinish hardwood to completely redefine the style of your furniture. The possibilities are truly endless with hardwood—you can even apply an antique finish to make your piece look more rustic.
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Tips For Caring For Solid Wood Furniture

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Solid wood Stickley furniture can be more expensive than furniture made of other materials, but since solid wood furniture is typically high-quality, it is worth the investment. If you're going to spend your hard earned money on quality wood furniture, it is important to care for it properly to ensure that it lasts and maintains its beauty for many years to come. Use the following tips for taking care of solid wood furniture:
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Four Types Of Furniture Stores And Their Uniquely Individual Benefits

Posted on: 15 August 2017

When you are in need of furniture for your first apartment, there are many ways to acquire what you need. Seeing as you have probably never shopped for furniture before, it is helpful to know some things about furniture stores. Here are four types of furniture stores and their uniquely individual benefits. Amish Furniture Store The Amish and the Menonnites have been making quality, hand-crafted furniture for centuries. Their furniture is recognized as the sturdiest, longest lasting furniture you can buy.
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