Hey everyone! I just found this mid-century modern style desk at my Goodwill. To my knowledge it's not a name brand piece from that era and there are no markings anywhere by the maker, so I'm not really sure when or where this came from. I want to fix her up and make her pretty again. I am planning on the finished product having a slightly darker stain than it does now, as well as painting the ugly laminate top white or black. My main question is about the stripping/sanding of the veneer on the body and drawer fronts. The veneer is 1/8 in. thick on drawer fronts and a few other spots, 1/4 in. on the sides of the main cabinet. I know to be careful sanding it, but was curious of any other methods I could use to strip it, especially on the thinner veneer. Also, there are some dings and smaller chips that I'd like to even out/repair as best I can, but I can live with some imperfections. Is a filler appropriate? What type and can it be stained? I'm new here, so I'm going to post pics, but not sure if I'll get that right on the first try. Any suggestions/advice much, much appreciated!!