Winter Projects: Refinishing furniture

 I've been working on a couple of furniture projects this winter. I didn't plan on it being a theme, but it is.

Project #1: I (along with a friend) stripped the inside of a piano out, refinished the outside, modified it a bit, and turned it into a modern keyboard rig. This is for our church.

Project #2: I bought a large oak table that needed refinishing and fixing. I fixed the gears, and then have prepped and painted it. We need a large table and I wanted one where the wood would be stable. An older oak table fit the bill, and this is also extendable beyond what we need. 

I'm not sure my wife will like the way it turned out, but I told her that if she doesn't like it, then I can strip it an start again. Hopefully, it doesn't come to that. (Update: She did like it!)

I'm trying to get my physical projects out of the way before spring hits and I start yard and garden work.


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