The technique of hair will help you hide the imperfections of surfaces, and when combined with painting in neutral colors, they will blend with any shade of wall. Also as a lot of shelves are solid wood and not veneer it is recommendable to take the gloss surface off with fine sandpaper.
Kitchen Furniture Repair
1. Remove the bottom of the furniture ruined from prying with a screwdriver, and remove the nails with pliers. Then sand the entire cabinet down and glue loose parts of veneer. Paint all the furniture with a coat of beige satin enamel.
2. Sand and paint the four rods and four rectangular chair rails in a beige colour. Turn the cabinet with the glue, nail and rectangular rods, leaving 10 cm of separation between them. Glue and nail the guard’s rectangular rods. Then place newspaper under with a heavy object on top until the glue dries.
3. In the middle shelf drill and screw the pins leaving open 1 O cm from each other to hang the cups or mugs.
4. On each side of the last space, drive a subject barral 1 O cm from the base and bottom and screw at each end of the barrel.
5. Glue and nail the half-round rod on the floor the last space to 8 cm from the bottom. This will serve to lock the trays and dishes
6. Prepare the spatula to comb. With a wide flat brush apply a vertical strip of white satin enamel diluted with white spirit, spreading the paint. Quickly comb in the same direction by dragging the colour across. Once the strip is coloured white you can then repeat this style. Perform this work in the background, in drawers and in the outer side of the cabinet.
7. At the edges trim off the shelves paint stripes and dots with white, gold and blue.
8. In the centre of the drawer paint a square of 4 cm side with a gold and beige wooden ring and tie with a touch of leather.
9. Apply a second coat of beige paint and varnish on the shelves with combed textured areas. Nail the bottom and screw the hooks for hanging.