DIY Upcycle Furniture Demo | The Recover Team for Remade TV

We have such an inspiring retailer for this week’s guest blog. The Recover team are not only a talented group of upcyclers, but they are in fact a registered charity. This amazing time lapse video gives you an exclusive look into how they upcycled and modernised a midcentury teak sideboard. If you wanted to read more, visit:
http://www.remadeinbritain.com/news/remade-meets-recover-team/

If you were looking to buy not make, visit: http://www.remadeinbritain.com/recover-team/

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Lyon Still says:

I was hoping they would restore it to it’s original state.  Not fond of the after.

Michael VR says:

…. No no no no absolutely not

RECOVER says:

Looking forward to sharing more time lapse videos – next up is the Team making luxurious cushions from Brazilian coffee bean sacks and retro Habitat fabric to the sound of a cool Latin tune.

Kris Chuu says:

Let it go! James Bay

Love Franchesca says:

What type of paint brush are you using to apply the white paint? What grit of sandpaper are you using to sand down the piece after the primer? What type of roller are you using to paint the turquoise color? When I paint my furniture, I see brush strokes and roller marks.

Fitzroy Rowe says:

Never heard of chalk paint…???

ptt218 says:

Song is Let it Go by James Bay, Bearson remix

Carla Randall says:

Love the piece, love the music and especially love the talent! Thanks so much for sharing. Perhaps it isn’t a tutorial, as such, but it would be wonderful to know the types of products used, i.e., latex paint, sealer, primer, etc. But great job, guess I’ll subscribe. 🙂

Hazel Lee says:

great job

Jinger Yeoh says:

Song name please!

1Tanedra says:

Love this song! Who is this?

Christa whitford says:

What’s this song called ?

choctawsweets says:

James bay “let it go” bearson remix

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