Here is picture. It is either walnut or oak, I am not sure. I believe those are water marks on it. The marble top lifts off so it should be pretty easy to restore. I would like to keep the wood look, no painting. What would be simplest way to do this? I have never done anything like this before.
Should I be satisfied with the way my moving company repaired this table? [more inside]
What kind of table do I want and where can I get it? We've been unhappy with our dining table for some time now, it's too big (tall), it scratches easy, and seems to require near constant care because it's also serving as two people's work table. I'm looking for a small informal table that can work easily as a dining table and a work desk. Is there a name for the kind of table I want and where can I find it in the NYC area. Details follow. [more inside]
Can someone help me identify the manufacturer of this coffee table? [more inside]
How do I fix the chipped finish on my coffee table? [more inside]
Cuttin Wood. I need to custom make a threshold for an old doorway, and I'm having some problems. [more inside]
Dining room table + open grain wood + real life = :( Please help me to not destroy my one nice piece of furniture. [more inside]
Shopping filter: Seeking a very simple maple or oak bar stool, about 30" high, with a square or rectangular top. Preferably solid wood, but good quality composite material is ok. Must have flat top... we plan to use it as a bedside table. This stool at target.com is the perfect shape and size, but the wrong color. I need a warm-toned maple, oak, ash. I've already looked at many retail sites... ikea, overstock, pottery bran, west elm. Any suggestions? We would prefer to order within the U.S. to save on shipping.
How does one get body grease off a wooden table? [more inside]
Sources for antique wood from old construction, like old crossbeams, etc? Or used/abused antique tables? [more inside]
I need advice on how to refinish a dining table that is badly damaged. The table is walnut and about 50 years old. The wood is very dry, enough so that the grain is visibly raised, and the finish has been completely gone for years. The stains are dark (including one large spot stained by persimmons). [more inside]