Decorative an Antique Sideboard to Give Her a New Life

Sep 17th

Antique sideboard – Take a look at these helpful tips on how to decorate an antique sideboard. If you love DIY and you like to restore old furniture, following some advice you can turn them into original pieces of furniture and trendy. With a pinch of good will unused furniture will acquire style and elegance. Scratching the surface and painting it in the shades of your taste the belief will look like new. Follow these ideas and advice to give a new life to a belief. Shabby style sideboard; if you have an old old-fashioned belief, give it a new life customizing it to your liking.

Quality Antique Sideboard
Quality Antique Sideboard

With a pinch of will you will transform this furniture in an original and unique way. Do you love shabby style? Just brush the surface of the furniture and paint it with white or ivory, preferably using water colors. To achieve the decapitated effect, finish the corners and drawers with the sandpaper: the effect is assured. If you prefer a more accurate job, recommend painting your antique sideboard with your favorite acrylic color. Wrap a paraffin wrap on the corners and paint it all in white or ivory acrylic color. And then wait for the furniture to dry out. And pass the thin glass paper on points treated with paraffin.

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Decorate the wood with these DIY techniques is a great idea to give life to old beliefs. Coat-lined with adhesive paper; with adhesive paper you can restore an old antique sideboard by giving it the favorite look. As usual, you have to clean the furniture and sand it with fine glass paper. At this point, you will need to cut the adhesive paper by adapting it to the furniture measurements, leaving a margin of half an inch. Remove the protective plastic foil from the adhesive paper and apply it on the sideboard, making it adhere manually. Bubbles can be formed that will be eliminated by rubbing the paper with a cloth.