How I repair damaged veneer

This month my post for Grillo Designs website is about fixing damaged veneer.

I secretly like that this is a fairly common problem in old pieces, because it is also the reason many people dispose their wonderful gems, so furniture painters like me can snap them up and do our magic.

As you will see in the post, fixing veneer is not so hard. It just takes the right supplies and a little bit of patience.

The post includes step by step instructions and a short video tutorial so you cant’t go wrong, but if you still have questions, feel free to ask!

I hope you find it helpful!

Here is the link:

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Thanks for reading!









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It all started in the spring of 2013. I realized how tired I was to see my house entirely decorated with IKEA stuff. Nothing against IKEA, but after 12 years, I just needed some change. I wanted stylish, original furniture, but noticed that everything I liked from retail stores was way out of my budget. Thanks to Google, Youtube, and a couple of amazing blogs, I was able to discover and explore the world of furniture refinishing, and it was the beginning of my addiction. I now spend my days rescuing old, dull, unwanted pieces of furniture to give them a fresh look so they can be displayed, used and loved again for many more years to come. Thanks for stopping by.

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