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07:06PM | 03/16/21
I have to admit, when it comes to the house, I am one of those people that craves change. I am constantly arranging and rearranging furniture – I mean, I swap out artwork like it’s my job. So, I started brainstorming budget-friendly furniture hacks that would upcycle furniture for free or very little money. And am sharing all the ideas I came up with today.

There’s really so much you can do with what you already have, to give your furniture (and in turn an entire room) a little facelift. Here are 9 ways to upcycle your furniture on a super tight budget.

1. Paint an existing piece.

This is probably the first one that everyone thinks of, right? And that’s because it’s one of the most accessible ways to revamp your furniture without a lot of experience. Most solid wood furniture can be sanded and painted as-is without much hassle. Metal, lacquer, and other coated materials usually require an extra step or two to make sure the paint sticks – but are still pretty easy to tackle.

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