Geometric design sideboard

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Bring some pared back styling to your home and update a sideboard with a pop of yellow and graphic detailing for a year-round interior statement. Get started on your own upcycle like this one by Nicky Cash in issue 49 of Reloved magazine, available to order online or download directly to your smart device.

Meet the maker

Nicky Cash is a furniture and homewares re-designer who lives and works in Leeds and creates her one-off designs by reworking items picked up in charity shops and auctions, as well as refinishing customers’ own pieces for them. She particularly loves creating striking geometric designs to reinvigorate old vintage pieces.

What you need:

• Sideboard or chest of drawers
• Zinsser Universal Degreaser & Cleaner (or sugar soap)
• 180-grit sandpaper
• Sanding block
• General Finishes Gel Stain in Antique Walnut
• Fusion Mineral Paint in Coal Black and
• Picket Fence (white), plus two more colours of your choice
• Screwdriver
• Masking tape
• Ruler and pencil
• Craft knife
• 2.5cm (1in) flat artist’s brush
• Superfine sanding block
• Lint-free cloth
• Delicate surface painter’s masking tape, e.g. Frog Tape or 3M Edgelock
• Polka-dot stencil
• 5cm (2in) flat paint brush
• General Finishes High Performance Top Coat

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