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Top 77 Chairs Projects

  1. 61. Rejuvenate an Old Chair (00:02:52)

    Designer Melissa Davis rejuvenates her $15 yard sale chair for under $50.

  2. 62. Create an Outdoor Dining Area (01:03)

    Here are the DIY Basics for creating an outdoor dining area.

  3. 63. Painted Patio Furniture

    Rejuvenate boring everybody-has-'em resin patio chairs with a few coats of paint and a little artistic imagination, from DIY Network.

  4. 64. Petrone Garage Makeover (05:03)

    Can Jay combine a home-based business, parking and man cave in one space?

  5. 65. Backyard Dining (00:01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics for creating a backyard dining room.

  6. 66. Alfresco Dining Room (03:40)

    With four kids and lots of friends, the Marshalls need room to entertain.

  7. 67. Spa Chair (04:52)

    Convert your ordinary plastic chair into a luxurious spa chair.

  8. 68. How to Install Crown Molding (00:60)

    Jason Cameron shares quick tips on how to install crown molding.

  9. 69. Cane Furniture Repair (00:00:21)

    Learn how to restore cane furniture to its original strength with this tip.

  10. 70. How To Repair and Reupholster a Dining Room Chair

    A wobbly, old wooden dining chair is given a sturdy new base and stylish new seat.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  11. 71. Step 3:Measure Position/Length (00:48)

    How to measure and mark walls for a chair rail.

  12. 72. How to Create Bar Stool Legs

    Experts from DIY's Man Caves create some bar stool legs to complete the Ultimate Celtics Fan's Ultimate Bar for a fan.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  13. 73. Molding Defined (02:22)

    Learn the difference between the types of moldings and their applications.

  14. 74. Baseball Molding (02:50)

    Ken Griffey Sr. demonstrates how to create chair rail with baseball bats.

  15. 75. How to Paint Metal Chairs

    DIY Network shows you how to revive rusted metal furniture with a little elbow grease and some spray paint.

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