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’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 […]
After I finished up with the kid’s dresser, the very next project was this to seriously update this bed bed. This bed proves that you can really update a piece of furniture that is iconic to another era (and not in a good way!). The after is a serious change that you won’t believe!
These refrigerator makeovers will inspire you to tackle your boring fridge and turn it into something absolutely drool-worthy!
It is week four of the 6-week One Room Challenge. This week I am showing off the antique dresser makeover and working with a wonderful line of chalky finish paints from Prairie Colors. Check out the before and after!
This One Room Challenge update includes a newly painted chair makeover from orange to sexy black! The antique desk will be finished soon as well.
There is no question that painting kitchen cabinets is a big project, and it’s tempting to just slap some paint on them and be done. But if you want a paint job that will look great with a finish that will last, it’s best to take the time to do it the right way.
This week, I am breaking down how I painted some kitchen cabinets for my craft room. But before we get to painting the cabinets, I am starting off by showing how to remove wood grain and pits in oak cabinets to get a nice smooth finish.
In decorating our house on a budget, I shop around at thrift stores, Craigslist, and sometimes yard sales. I have more ideas than I have time really. But I have a coffee table, two full bedroom sets, and a corner cabinet waiting for their own makeovers. Of course, during this experiment called blogging, I have connected with a few extremely talented DIY furniture divas. From roadside reclaims to Ikea transformations, these ladies really get creative. You will not believe how some of these projects started out!