Ever feel like you need a new piece of furniture? Are you outgrowing what you currently have? Do you have something hiding in the garage, shed, basement, or barn that you just don't love anymore? I feel like Dr. Love. I find your problems (furniture, that is). I give them some therapy (love and elbow grease). I play matchmaker with someone that appreciates them and thinks they're prettier than you do.
It's okay. Really. People change. I'm here to help.
Here's a lady that needed me:
|Mid-Century Credenza by Indiana Desk Company, Jasper, Indiana|
Next, I purchased some touch up materials:
The first guy on the is a Blend-Fil Pencil and the other guy is a Wood Finish Stain Marker, both made by Minwax. For both of these I found a color that I thought would match the existing stain, which I thought was a dark walnut. The Blend-Fil pencil is kind of like a waxy substance that you can fill into nail holes and cracks. The Wood Finish Marker is filled with stain. In this case, the Wood Finish marker worked best. The Blend-Fil stuff doesn't really dry hard.
Once she was on the market, she didn't last long. We sold her very quickly, like I thought we would. It just took some match-making to find the right person to love her. She went home to be in someone's dining room as a fantastic buffet.
If you have a piece that you need to divorce (get rid of). Let me know! Dr. Love is here to help!Tell me about your furniture match-making!