Uldum Mobelfabrik Chair from Denmark Reupholstering Danish Modern Chair Frames  I like the two different fabrics!

Uldum Mobelfabrik Chair from Denmark Reupholstering Danish Modern Chair Frames I like the two different fabrics!

This long, narrow console table came from an estate sale I attended recently.          The curving lines of the table give it a Fre...

This long, narrow console table came from an estate sale I attended recently. The curving lines of the table give it a Fre...

DIY Restore wood furniture. Fast, cheap and easy wood furniture restoration.  DIY, mid century, danish modern, paint wood, sanding, refinish, furniture restoration, Howard's Restor-a-finish

DIY Restore wood furniture. Fast, cheap and easy wood furniture restoration. DIY, mid century, danish modern, paint wood, sanding, refinish, furniture restoration, Howard's Restor-a-finish

Soooo, ok. The thought of reupholstering anything makes me want to curl up in the fetal position and chant The Lord’s Prayer. But with a couple of tiny people in the house, and brightly colored food flying through the air, I was beginning to realize that my lovely off-white fabric on the dining chairs wouldn’t …

Tutorial: How to Reupholster a Chair with Plastic

Soooo, ok. The thought of reupholstering anything makes me want to curl up in the fetal position and chant The Lord’s Prayer. But with a couple of tiny people in the house, and brightly colored food flying through the air, I was beginning to realize that my lovely off-white fabric on the dining chairs wouldn’t …

Nicole Adams - I sanded the top down first.  Then stained with 2 coats of General Finished Gray Gel Stain, a day apart.  Allowed to dry for 3 days.  Then brushed on (with a 6" wide brush) General Finishes white glaze, then wiped it along the grain with Scot shop towels.  Then did the same with their brown glaze.  Followed by a few touch ups with both glazes and the stain.  After another couple days, I applied Modern Masters Masterclear in matte finish.

Nicole Adams - I sanded the top down first. Then stained with 2 coats of General Finished Gray Gel Stain, a day apart. Allowed to dry for 3 days. Then brushed on (with a 6" wide brush) General Finishes white glaze, then wiped it along the grain with Scot shop towels. Then did the same with their brown glaze. Followed by a few touch ups with both glazes and the stain. After another couple days, I applied Modern Masters Masterclear in matte finish.

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