I am currently working on this table and chair set. This one will have a painted base and chairs, with a stained top.
These chairs will look the same when finished and the whole set will match nicely. One chair had a broken spindle that someone else repaired but there was chunks missing at the base. Time to bring out my wood-filler friend.
I am also working on this dresser for my Mother-in-law. This piece will be fun and a bit more artistic, I can't wait to show you when it's done!
Right now it too is getting the basics worked on with wood filler and sanding. I am doing this and the table and chairs at the same time because both will require primer and it's easier to just dedicate a day to setting up multiple pieces for spraying. Not the most exciting blog post but the basics are important!
I saw this picture on Facebook and her poor feet are horrible. It illustrates a good point though. If you want a beautiful ballet you will have dancers with terrible feet. If you want beautiful restored furniture, it takes a lot of boring sanding and waiting for wood filler to dry. Putting in the hard work is the only way to have the outcome you desire. Hopefully I will get to show you the pretty stuff soon!
Have a great day!