We are so close to finishing up this bathroom renovation, that I almost can’t stand it! The awesome power of paint in a makeover never ceases to amaze and, frankly, I love that it is a budget saver. I have painted several furniture pieces but this is our first painted bathroom vanity and I will share some tips along with the new and improved version of this cabinet.
I want to talk with you about a furniture finish that I discovered a few years ago and I have been dying to try it ever since. It’s called Cerusing Finish (or sometimes Limed Finish), and basically it’s a process of rubbing a contrasting color into the pores of wood to highlight the patterns of the wood grain. See the gorgeous before and after project!
Installing wainscoting in the bathroom was one of the best decisions I ever made. It added a classic style and elegance you can’t get any other way. It isn’t as daunting a project as I first thought it would be.
One of the most asked about projects on the blog is “How durable or long lasting are your white cabinets?” Today, I am giving a full update and even I am surprised about the answer.
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.
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.
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!
The garage makeover is in full swing and the walls are done! While it certainly isn’t the most glamorous topic, the prepwork for painting or any DIY project is often the most important step. Today I am sharing some tips for using spackle or joint compound on drywall.
Spring is calling a little early with a cute reversible wood sign and a giveaway! I am teaming up with DecoArt and some very talented DIY bloggers to get paint and creativity flowing!
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.
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.