Step by Step 1940’s Vanity Repurpose | Part Two
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Step by Step 1940’s Vanity Repurpose | Part Two

Welcome back to part two of this 1940’s vanity re-do!  Be sure to read the first post to see the beginning of this project!  Today we will finish up this project and you will learn how to correct a mistake in transforming furniture pieces 🙂 So in the previous post, I had applied the General…

Step by Step 1940’s Vanity Repurpose | Part One
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Step by Step 1940’s Vanity Repurpose | Part One

I am so excited to share this project with you today!  By now, you might have figured out that I have a special place in my heart for the 1940’s style of furniture.  There is something about the color of the wood that old stain methods and time create in the older pieces that just…

Black Wood Box with Mid-Century Legs – Farmhouse Storage
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Black Wood Box with Mid-Century Legs – Farmhouse Storage

Hello and thanks for coming back to see some of the projects we have going on here at Reinvented Delaware!  We love to choose items that had one purpose and transform them into beautiful home decor pieces with a completely different purpose! Storage is such an issue for most of us.  We need places to…

An Easy Way to Bring the Farmhouse Touch to Your Home – Our Dining Table Makeover
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An Easy Way to Bring the Farmhouse Touch to Your Home – Our Dining Table Makeover

Confession:  I introduced a series several months ago here on this blog and then never added any projects to it!!  Where in the world does time go!  Thankfully, the delay has been because our business has really taken off and we have been super busy with projects.  Sorry that I let this ball drop but…

Early 1900’s Dining Table and Chairs Refinishing Series – Part Three
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Early 1900’s Dining Table and Chairs Refinishing Series – Part Three

Now we are down to the home stretch in the How to Refinish Furniture Series!  Click here for part 1 of the series and here for part 2 of the series! Today we will learn how to reupholster chairs!  This is definitely a simple project and one of the first things I learned how to…