An additional option is to paint furniture pieces in white if favorite pieces of bedroom furniture can not be located in this color. A bit more effort is eaten this way, however money can also be conserved, particularly if the white model of a certain piece of furniture prices a lot more. In fact, any piece of furniture can be conveniently painted in white. All that has to be done is that the finish ought to be sanded down and 2 layers of the paint ought to be applied. To prevent the paint from dripping down, applying a ton of paint should be prevented. If too much paint is applied, the area may need to be sanded down and repainted in white once again.
Once the proper clothing and equipment has been acquired, mask door frames and the edges of where the paint is supposed to end. It might seem possible to paint a perfectly straight edge with a paintbrush and a careful hand, but unless extreme care is taken, the job will look shoddy. The time taken to tape the area will actually save time in painting and provide a crisp edge.
If it seems that your painting is older, assess whether the paint is in good shape but the varnish has aged. In this case, try applying a mild solvent called a conservation liquid. Art supply stores might sell an “emulsion” designed to clean and remove varnish. There is always a chance that the solvent will also damage or remove the oil paint. If you are willing to risk this possibility, dab the emulsion with a cotton swab very delicately. Try spot-testing one corner before moving on to the entire canvas. Work in an area with adequate ventilation.