This section is full of tutorials and guides to show you how to upcycle old furniture into something you will treasure for years to come.
Lots of painted furniture, decoupage and staining ideas with step by step instructions.
Many of our upcycled furniture tutorials come from visiting bloggers who are experts in their field, so you’ll be learning from the best!
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How to turn old doors into tables! 15 creative ideas and tutorials for turning your old door into a coffee table, dining table or even a desk!
Upcycling old chairs is fun and a great way to reduce waste! Upcycle them to suit your decor or repurpose them into something different!
Get creative with your furniture staging! Imogen Aitchenson went from beginner painted furniture staging to becoming an award winner!
From broken piano to quirky home cocktail bar! Step by Step Repurposed Piano Bar tutorial to help you do it yourself! Guest Post by Ciara Minor
Our reader’s favourite upcycling tutorials of 2020. These projects show a snapshot of what you’ve been upcycling this year! From footstools made of plastic tubs to face mask organizers and furniture makeovers.
The ‘Pink Lady’ – a Chest of Drawers Upcycle How to Guide from Katie Morris from Upcycled Restyled.
Learn how to paint a wooden chair in this fab tutorial from professional furniture painter Emma Wright. From Prep work to paint & stencils.
Ever wondered how to find free furniture and get started transforming it? We’ve got everything you need to get started upcycling!
Learn how to create a DIY shadowbox as part of this coffee table makeover tutorial from Marie Webster of Chic and Shabulous. Upcycle your worn and dated coffee table into something fabulous where you can display sentimental items!
Learn how to upcycle a brown wood dressing table into a teal and gold art deco statement piece for your home. Get pro tips from a professional furniture flipper in this guest blog by Imogen Aitchison of Coco & Clementine!
Learn how to create a grain sack stripe effect on fabric using paint! A video tutorial from guest blogger Beverley Wilde shows you the step by step!