Antique Shabby Chic Bureau No. 01

This piece of Shabby Chic Furniture – Bureau is Sold.

Final effect…

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Before…

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2 COMMENTS

  1. jane stacey

    Hi I Hope you can help me,

    On your Bureau Shabby Chic No 01 could you tell me what you used for the replacement of the leather inlay was it paper or material and how have you sealed it, I hope you don’t mind me asking only I have one that i’m doing now and the leather writing pad is very worn and am looking for ideas for replacements .

    Kind Regards
    Jane Stacey

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  2. Kat - Touch the Wood Post author

    Hi there.
    On this particular one we replaced the leather with a paper decoupage, the map was printed on 4 or 5 sheets of paper and stitched and glued together on the slope.
    We used regular home A4 inkjet printer, however if you have access to a laser printer it would make the job easier as laser print does not smear.
    We used a PVA glue.

    I hope it helps.
    Thank you.

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