I started this week on my furniture refurbishing. This week, my dr lifted my restrictions for my back. I still have to take care of my back and adjust positions so not to irritate it. After all, it's been 6 weeks since the surgery and it will take time for my back to heal. So I have to adjust how to set up my furniture so that I can comfortably do what I love to do.
Recently I purchased a hydraulic lift table from #HarborFreight. https://www.harborfreight.com/500-lb-capacity-hydraulic-table-cart-61405.html I haven't set it up yet but I think this will help me with my work. It's heavy, so I need my husband to set it up for me. Looking forward to using it soon.
This week I worked on 2 projects. One of them is a dresser I worked on 2 years ago and the drawer knobs gave me a lot of of grief. I was going to redo it and donate, but after I put the colors together and with different drawer pulls, I felt like I should sell it. This should be ready by end of August as I am waiting for the hardware. Hoping to find a Nighstand to go with it.
The second project is finding a nightstand to be paired with another nightstand. I found the perfect partner. The photo on the bottom is the new nightstand. Both of these are really nice quality and I am using #GeneralFinishesmilkpaint. This paint is really nice. I am expecting this piece to be available soon.
I have another dresser (9-drawers) that I am hoping to have ready soon as well. Then I need to start prepping for the winter months which includes getting all of my sanding and any fixes done so I can work on them in my home.
So there you have it.... getting back into refurbishing furniture, but remember to take care of my back at the same time.
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