Talented Workshop member libby_hm sanded the top of their old tables to reveal a beautiful woodgrain. A primer, three coats of mineral furniture paint and gold hexagonal shaped hardware further enhanced the look.
Creative Workshop member Emily glued untreated framing timber on her dated drawer fronts to add depth. She also used matte black hardware and applied two coats of chalk paint to achieve the classic Hamptons look.
Skilled Workshop member Rani sanded an old set of bedside tables and stripped them back to raw Pine. Wooden tapered legs, new handles and multiple coats of primer and paint also helped to make these tables more stylish.
Workshop member SarahTBOS transformed a scratched set of bedside drawers by applying a gorgeous coat of Porters Paints Yacht Race. They also used Feast Watson Liming White to white wash the top, and then waxed the table using Feast Watson Hard Wax for extra protection.
After rescuing two bedside cabinets from landfill, resourceful Workshop member Rani used leftover offcuts from another project to make new drawer handles. She also mixed multiple paint colours to create a gorgeous shade of pink for her new table.
How to upcycle with paint
Painting is a quick and easy way to upcycle furniture. Learn how with these step-by-step guides from the Bunnings team: