And It’s Week 4 of the dining room makeover! This week we tackled repairing and replacing the interior window sills in the dining room and entry way.
On of the most common worries that I see from clients, friends, and readers is about the durability. How do I protect my painted furniture? Can I scrub it? Will it show fingerprints or smudges? These are all very valid questions and today I am answering these burning questions!
We are sprinting down the finish line in the garage makeover! The last time I updated you, we had a major project in mudding and painting the garage walls. Now, we are moving on to updating the garage floors!
DIY may be the beating heart of this home, but the cold garage certainly doesn’t give me the lovey vibes.Today is just a quick post since we are getting down to business. In part, I am worried that I would loose everyone when I say that I am decorating the garage, but also because we have a ridiculous amount of work ahead to get this finished.
Some projects have to wait for the right Aha! moment. Today’s military footlocker transformation is like that. Rustoleum challenged me to complete a project alongside 40 other bloggers and you get to vote the winner!
I don’t know about you, but I don’t always have pockets to carry around training treats. So I came up with a way to easily add a pouch to their leash that holds my phone, some treats, or doggie business bags. To give them some Christmas cheer for their gift baskets, I transferred images onto the fabric and here is how.
I’m back with an update to how our living room makeover for the One Room Challenge is going. To be honest, the exhaustion has set in and I am living on caffeine and dreams right now. But we have made serious progress and I am thrilled (thrilled!) to show you the biggest DIY project we […]
We may have ripped out all of the old hardwood floors, but that doesn’t mean they are going to the garbage can. There are plenty of ideas of what to do with it, but let’s start with this pallet style pumpkin farm sign.
Today’s post is in response to a reader question I received some time ago about how to clean brass that has been heavily tarnished and showing it’s age. Yes, you can get bright and shiny solid brass with a bit of effort.