A recent weekend DIY project included refinishing our vintage record cabinet. We salvaged the cabinet nearly two years ago, and it has been sitting in our living room waiting to be refurbished ever since. I enjoy bringing new life to a piece of furniture found wayside, and this record cabinet held great potential due to its solid wood base and simple detailing. We used varnish remover to strip the old finish and sanded the body with a power sander. In an effort to let the natural color of the wood show through, we stained the cabinet with teak oil and finished it with Feed n Wax Orange Oil. I love how the natural intricacies of the wood are brought out by the refinish, including the the tiger stripe pattern on the top drawer. I have two more pieces of furniture to refinish before the move to Ann Arbor. Hopefully I will have time to complete a few more DIY projects within the next week.