How To Keep A New Furniture Set Like New

You just bought a new furniture set for your home and you want to keep the pieces looking as beautiful and amazing as possible. The condition of your furniture is largely dependent upon how well you care for it, so follow this guide for keeping your new furniture set in a beautiful, like-new condition. Keep shoes off Shoes shouldn't be worn on the couch, chairs, and settees you buy because the hard surface of shoes can wear out and place pressure on tender fabrics — particularly velvet or other delicate material. [Read More]

Repair A Wooden Dining Room Table And Adorn The Tabletop With A Homemade Cloth And Centerpiece

If your holiday spending has left you with little or no money to invest in household goods, you may feel defeated after placing items on your wooden dining room table and noticing that the table wobbles since one of its legs is loose. Use hardware and wood glue to secure the leg and then, while you are at it, upgrade the table's appearance with a homemade tablecloth and centerpiece. Carefully Flip The Table And Address The Wobbly Leg [Read More]

How To Replace A Caned Chair Seat

If you have a damaged cane chair, you don't have to discard it. The cane material used to make the chair comes from the outer skin of the rattan stalk, which is native to Africa and Asia. It is stripped and woven into seats by hand. The wood parts of the chair commonly last longer than the cane seats. Follow these steps to replace the chair seat. Prepare to Fix the Cane Chair [Read More]

Converting Nursery Furniture for Your Growing Child

As your baby grows into a young child, you'll find that you don't necessarily need all of the nursery furniture you once did. However, you don't have to donate or throw away these old furnishings. Instead, consider refinishing and refurbishing the items to create new uses for them. Here are just a few nursery items you can convert into other furniture. Changing Table When your baby outgrows the need for a changing table, you can convert it to a toy storage area. [Read More]