Desperately want to upgrade your furniture but can’t afford to spend big money on anything new?
It’s time to grab your cordless tools and get to work.
It’s easier than ever to change your hand-me-downs and second-hand finds into something unique and special. Just follow our tips below to breathe new life into your old furniture.
1. Sand it, paint or stain it
If the dark finish on your wooden dining set is tired or out of date, it doesn’t mean you have to throw it out and buy new.
Sanding back, repainting or staining furniture can completely transform it, giving it a brand-new lease of life. Renovate dining sets, chairs, bookcases and units – all you need is a lick of paint and some vision.
When it’s time to get started, don’t get tangled up in power leads – get your cordless sander from the Ryobi One+ range. Choose from palm sanders through to belt sanders, depending on your project.
2. Change the legs
Trends in the shape of furniture can change quickly – making some pieces look dated and old, fast.
Luckily, there are some simple changes you can make to modernise the look of your furniture.
Paint sofa legs a bright colour for an easy update, as well as coffee tables, dining tables and chairs (why not try a wooden table top with painted legs?) And if you want to see a big change, why not swap the legs completely?
Updating the shape or material of the legs can make your tired old side table look completely different.
And if you need a power drill to help complete the job, look no further than a cordless version from the Ryobi One+ range.
3. Reupholster it
Has your upholstery seen better days? Change it!
Turn a drab stool into something fab, just by choosing a new fabric.
Start small by recovering the padded seats and backs of dining chairs, footstalls, and stools. All you need to get started is a staple gun, like the cordless version from the Ryobi One+ range, and your chosen fabric!
Renovating and making changes to old furniture is easy with a little help from the Ryobi One+ range of cordless tools.
With over 100 tools now in the range, every tool is compatible with the same 18V Ryobi One+ battery.
But what if you’re not a Ryobi One+ user? You can still access the range of tools without spending extra money on a new battery.
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