"Expensive" is relative to your income, of course, but you can buy sheets of veneer in varying sizes so can choose to re-veneer the whole thing or just a section.
Advice for Renewing Much-Loved Heirloom Dresser? Good Questions
|3/6/14 09:46 AM|
A few more easy steps would really help this kitchen:
Kitchen Before & After: A Few Small Changes for a Big Impact! Reader Kitchen Remodel
|3/6/14 08:48 AM|
The flax itself probably is grown in Belgium, then exported and spun and woven into linen and sewn in China. You are conflating the raw material (flax) into the finished product (linen sheet), which is probably what RH wants you to do, but they didn't lie. I am sure many of the Egyptian cotton sheets out there are also made in China, not Egypt.
Have Restoration Hardware Linen Sheets Always Been Made in China? Good Questions
|2/27/14 08:52 AM|
I like this! I never would have envisioned it myself. Love the stripes and the pulls. The pieces of furniture are pretty common and this transformed something in bad shape and rather hum-drum into something fun and personal.
Before & After: Karrie's Antique Dresser Rescue
|1/27/14 11:58 AM|
Overstock has all three of these for less money than shown in this post. And their description of at least one of them (I didn't look carefully at all of them) rightly names the color as royal blue--quite different from navy blue, if navy is what you want.
Splurge, Save, or Steal:
Navy Round Nailhead Ottomans
|1/22/14 02:54 PM|