You may have seen my recent post about the jewelry display I made. I painted it with homemade chalk paint instead of buying the pricey
I’ve had this bookshelf for a long time. When I first got it I loved it, I loved the oak color and it was fun.
We had a couple of old bar stools that were looking pretty hammered. I forgot to take a before picture but here is what they
One down, one to go. The mid-century dresser that I bought on my recent adventure in thrift and is now complete. Even with the minor
This has been one of the more difficult undertakings in my furniture rejuvenation adventures but at long last the bookcase is complete. My struggle with
If you’re wondering what the heck I did with the O’verlays I received a while ago, wonder no more. In case you’ve been on a
A few months ago, I saw this little green cupboard but decided not to grab it because I bought this Spinning Wheel instead. One that
It seems like a very long time ago that I first told you about the dresser I was painting for the entranceway in our house.
Whoa, this project has taken a long time to complete. I think most of the delays were due to my anxiety about trying new techniques.
In our living room, we have a huge blank wall, and nowhere to put our old tv. So far it’s been sitting on top of
We’ve been looking everywhere for an affordable mid century sofa and we’ve found that anything new is too expensive and reupholstering something authentic costs even
I usually don’t post other peoples work, but this is just so amazing, I HAD to share it with you! So, let me introduce you