You ever notice how one project just seems to lead to another on the ‘ol list? When we had our solid hardwood floors installed, I was shocked at the price to replace the balusters, railings, and steps. But 2 $25 quarts of paint and some elbow grease made a huge difference.
Avoiding brush marks and streaks is the ultimate goal of everyone who paints. It is one of the things that I get asked most about with my painting projects. Well, I am spilling all my secrets today!
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!
Sometimes there is a project that even the most experienced DIYer regrets. Today, I am sharing my personal DIY nightmare in the hopes that others can learn from it and never have the experience that I did.
Have you ever been in the store and thought to yourself, “OMG, That is EXACTLY what I have been looking for!…except it’s the wrong dang color!!” Sometimes it is fixable, sometimes not. Today, I have a simple tutorial on getting a white washed look by layering paint.
This thrifty steal of a dresser got a updated makeover! See how this plain jane 80s style dresser was painted and transformed into an updated dresser for the kid’s room.