Finally revealed... Iron pipe bartop table, with 2 matching stools... Both stained with Varathane 'Weathered Gray' stain; table finished with Varathane polyurethane, and the stools finished with Danish oil... This came out so good; this project was not only simple, but very cost effective...it also saves quite a bit of space; because it can double as a desk as well, so there is no need to clutter up a small space with extra piece's of furniture...#diy#pipefurniture#sandmanwoodworking#rustoleum#rusticdecor#varathanewoodstain
Trim is done. Now onto the Windows!! Sanding, stripping and staining the inside and then 1x4 knotty pine stained espresso will be around the windows I am so excited to finish it up over the next few days!!!!!
I’m normally so bad with taking “before”
photos. So, here’s another set of “during” photos on one of the newest of the simultaneous projects I’ve got going on right now with #ourbeachhousefixerupper reno.This 70’s-era, soon-to-be entertainment and gaming center, is part wood/part laminate so I have no problem redoing it to my liking! (It’s part of the many pieces of furniture that were left with the house after the prior owner tried to first sell and then give it away.) Some may love it as is but it’s not my taste. Door faces (and the body) are sanded then stained one coat of #varathanewoodstain in Sunbleached. I’m now lightly brushing on #Magnoliapaint trim & cabinetry paint in True White. (See last pic) I then immediately remove most of the paint with a damp rag. I love how this last part adds depth to the grain and makes the many angles and layers pop! Any suggestions on what color to paint the intricate and heavy hardware? I’m thinking a matte black. To be continued..