Don't Be Quick to Part With Your Old Furniture. Try This Trick First

Friday, January 15, 2016

I am thinking of doing a bedroom makeover, however, I don't want to buy new furniture. My current furniture is in good shape, so I started looking for ways to update the look of it. I ran across various pinterest posts about chalk painting or distressing older furniture to give it new life. I was impressed with the outcome shown in lots of the pictures.
 A family in Forsyth Georgia  does the distressing technique. I decided to go up to their store "Distressed to Impress" to see some of their work . It was amazing how good the pieces looked. I met one of the owners Paul Walls . Paul told me they can redo anything, the only criteria is the piece has to be real wood in order to have the technique done on it.The cost of a project ranges from $150.00 for a bed , $150.00 for a dresser or $250.00 for a dining room table and chairs.This a a great way to save money. That cost covers painting, supplies, and labor. This is much less than buying a new set of furniture. So, before heading out to the big box furniture stores to make a purchase consider renewing your own old furniture.


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