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How to Create a Leather-Topped Table

Giving an old table new life can be as easy as applying new paint and a leather top.

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Top 32 Leather Projects

  1. 1. Cleaning Leather (05:08)

    The Queen of Clean explains the right way to clean leather.

  2. 2. Caulking Application (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on applying caulk.

  3. 3. Ligtweight Leather Carry-all (03:30)

    Haul cumbersome garden tools around with a happening leather carry-all.

  4. 4. Mechanix Glove Lights (01:05)

    With a built-in LED flashlight, these gloves shed new light on any project.

  5. 5. Heat Embossing on Leather (05:14)

    Learn tips & techniques for creating embossed faux leather tags.

  6. 6. Leather Table (03:35)

    Designer gives in-depth instructions for making a leather-topped table.

  7. 7. Ronan 3 in One Multi Cut (00:59)

    This powerful tool cuts paper, leather, plastic, wires and even wood trim.

  8. 8. How To Paint a Faux Leather Desktop

    A hollow-core door with a leather-look painted finish adds a rich look to an inexpensive desk.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  9. 9. Using Eco-Friendly Materials (00:01:00)

    Here are some ways to incorporate eco-friendly materials into your kitchen.

  10. 10. Installing a Vinyl-Tile Floor (00:01:00)

    Josh Temple has a quick tip for installing a leather-look vinyl-tile floor.

  11. 11. Caulking Application (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on applying caulk.

  12. 12. Faux Your Eyes Only (00:00:23)

    Give walls a leather look with this painted glazed finishing technique.

  13. 13. Leather Furniture Care (00:00:23)

    Here's what you need to know to keep leather furniture looking like new.

  14. 14. Unique Backsplashes Add Flair (00:01:00)

    You can add flair to your kitchen with any of these unique backsplashes.

  15. 15. How to Paint Faux Leather Walls

    Add a soft, inviting look to walls with a textured glaze finish that re-creates the look of leather.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
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