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Do-it-yourself painting of furniture with own hands (22 photos)

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Painting the furniture with your own hands is an extraordinary, but affordable way to change the boring interior. In addition, it helps to give the room a fresh look and an interesting configuration.


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Dyeing MDF is quite an easy task. The material perfectly allows you to go to the paint and gives interesting natural drawings. To acquire painting skills, you can first practice on unnecessary furniture, which is not a pity to throw.

Preparatory stage

It is often required to paint furniture made of wood, which was made in Soviet times. Its quality is excellent, it can stand for a long time, but the appearance is rather unpresentable.


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We paint the furniture at home

Stage 1

First, the tree must be sanded using sandpaper with a large fraction. This will remove the layer of old paint, and then you need to polish the furniture.

If cracks are present, they must be puttied. For this useful rubber spatula. Further, additional grinding is required.

To the result of staining did not disappoint, you should carefully consider the choice of paint. A conscientious manufacturer always indicates the composition of the jars, and for which materials it is suitable. So pentaphthalic paints, due to their properties, are suitable for working with garden furniture, and are completely unsuitable for home use.

To create the effect of plastic and glossy shine, a thixotropic paint is applied, which has a viscous texture, so you need to apply it to work with it.

Antique furniture painting is often used for a flawless stylish interior. For this it is important to preserve the structure of the tree. Therefore, be sure to use the stain, which is presented in a rich assortment of color shades of natural wood. The stain marks the natural pattern of wood on antique-painted furniture.

In Soviet times, polished furniture was an indispensable attribute of any apartment. It differs in noble shine, but does not satisfy at all with its color parameters, as a rule, it has a dull brown shade. In addition, over time, the polish loses its natural luster, tarnishes and in some places begins to "bristle". The only way to save your favorite thing is painting polished furniture.

If your favorite leather sofa has scuffs, and a soft comfortable chair cracked, you can bring them into proper form at home. Of course, a full repair is better to entrust professionals who have special tools. But to refresh the appearance and give the interior of the nobility will help painting leather furniture.

Experts recommend slightly moisten the furniture so that the paint is better absorbed. Apply the liquid better with a spray. It is worth painting in small areas, starting from inconspicuous areas, moving towards the middle of the furniture.

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