Tag Archive: Furniture Painting

Recent Projects

Here are some recent projects from Wood Menders:   Until Next Time – Dan @ Wood Menders

Teak Outdoor Furniture

Teak is naturally a very durable category of wood, which makes it perfect for outdoor patio furniture. Refinishing teak furniture is often not necessary because it usually requires such little maintenance. However, many people buy antique teak patio furniture because of its ability to maintain quality for such a long time. If you are one …

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Wood Menders – Painted Projects

Here are some of our projects that Wood Menders has completed! Cedar Chest – Before Cedar Chest – After Dining Room Table Before After After Dresser – After   Until Next Time – Dan @ Wood Menders

Guide to Wood

Types of Wood – A Furniture Guide There are countless types of wood available for furniture manufacturing, from the common to the exotic. However, some types of wood make more practical furnishings than other types. For this reason, you should take the specific type of wood for your furniture construction into heavy consideration. In addition …

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Recent Projects

Here are some recent projects that we have been working on at Wood Menders:   Until Next Time – Dan @ Wood Menders Question or Comments?  Leave them below.

10 Steps to Restoring Your Furniture

Professional furniture restorers and hobbyists alike all have one thing in common: the desire to pluck a piece of furniture off the side of the road and restore it to its former glory. What’s not to like? You’re saving something from a landfill and breathing new life into a forgotten item. The former owner only saw a …

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Faux Finishes

Faux finishing is almost as simple as repainting furniture. However, unlike simple painting where you just change the color, faux finishing adds a little more detail to your furniture. It will not only give your furniture a new look but it can also add character to it. There are many ways to faux finish furniture. Listed …

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