It’s Furniture Painting Tips on Tuesday! In case you are new here I share tips from my eBook: The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Furniture Painting every Tuesday. I am so passionate about teaching you how to paint furniture the easy way – I want to share with you my trade secret tips here on my blog too!
Since there are over 119 furniture painting tricks from the pros in the book it is gonna take me over 2 years to get through the entire collection of time & money saving tips! If you don’t want to miss a tip you can subscribe to have my posts sent to your Inbox daily and you can follow my Furniture Painting Tips Board on Pinterest! I will pin each of these tips on the board as they are published so you can follow along!
When painting a piece of furniture typically you remove the knobs from your drawers and then take the drawers out for painting. Did you know that you can skip taking everything apart by using chopsticks or skewers in place of your handles? Now you can maneuver the drawer in and out without having to take the dresser apart. Plus, when working with an antique piece of furniture, even of all of the drawers are the same size, it can be difficult to put a piece back together if you can’t remember which dresser drawer went in which slot. Since wood moves and warps over time using a chopstick or skewer allows you to skip playing the guessing game when putting your piece back together!
You can access to all of the time and money saving furniture painting tips from professional faux finishers, furniture painting contractors, and furniture painting business owners in my eBook by downloading it here or purchasing it on Amazon Kindle here! Share your own tips and successes with the Lazy Girl method online using #lazygirltips !
See you next Tuesday!