Apparently, its hardware themed week here.
On Monday, it was how to restore your hardware in five minutes and today its how to cover old hardware holes.
I didn’t realize that when I was flying by the stick of my broom planned out my posts.
After my kitchen was featured in Better Homes & Gardens, there were a few new people who came over and asked how I covered the old hardware holes that were in the center of my cabinets.
I’ve filled holes in furniture so many times now, I often forget I should actually tell you how I do it. I actually figured out how to do this myself in my former life when I was working on the old farmhouse. It was totally by trial and error, y’all.
You see, I used to think paint would just magically fill holes in trim.
smacking myself in the face
After I replaced and painted the trim, I realized, “Oh, that didn’t work.”
So I found this stuff called wood putty. We’ve been good friends ever since.
Anyone else find it pathetic that I’m referring to myself and wood putty as good friends?