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Treated properly, charity shop furniture can look stunning – and has far more character than any flat-pack affair. With a lick of Rust-Oleum Satin Finish Furniture Paint you can completely transform an item and tailor it to your taste.
Here’s how we upcycled a vintage sideboard found in a British Heart Foundation charity shop for just £15 and turned it into a mid-century, modern display unit.
Clean the furniture thoroughly, remove handles and mask any areas you do not wish to paint with masking tape.
Take your can of Rust-Oleum Satin Finish Furniture Paint (we used the colour Slate) and stir thoroughly.
Satin Finish Furniture Paint requires no sanding or priming on most surfaces, so you can get cracking straight away. Using a roller for large areas and a brush for harder to reach nooks and crannies, paint the unit and leave to fully dry. You may need up to three coats.
Measure the area you wish to cover with self-adhesive wallpaper and cut to size.
Apply your wallpaper, smoothing any bumps or bubbles with your hand as you go.