Do you have an old piece of furniture that needs an update to fit in with your current decor? Gloria and Georges refurbished an old dresser to go with their farmhouse styled home and it looks great now! . . .
In addition to changing the look of some furniture pieces, Gloria also wanted new looks for some of her decorative pieces, too. We're sharing some tips for painting with hammered spray paint. The large mirror and wall mounted candle holder both fit in nicely with her farmhouse decor now. . . .
Don't you love how you can completely change the look of furniture with something as simple as a fresh paint job? These three pieces were all in great shape and were all less than ten years old. The problem with them was when Gloria moved into her new home she decided to go with white and gray as . . .
Finding wood signs at thrift stores is a great way to keep projects budget friendly. This Pallet Wood Bathroom Wall Decor started out as a sign that needed a makeover to fit Gloria's decor. Using my Cricut, I transformed it into a fun piece of wall art for her. . . .
Eucalyptus stems make such pretty wreaths and while they are lovely, they can be pricey. Plus, the process of drying the stems is time consuming. The next best thing? Make an Easy DIY Faux Eucalyptus Wreath that is budget friendly. . . .
I'm enjoying seeing the additions to their decor that Gloria and Georges are making to their new home. This DIY Wall Mounted Fruit and Veggie Holder looks great and it's a practical way to keep fruits and vegetables on hand. . . .
Painting a laminate table and chairs wasn't the easiest furniture makeover I've done, but I did learn some things along the way. I'm passing along a few tips to save you time and money on your laminate projects. . . .
Try this easy way to get flocked greenery! This Flocked Tabletop Tree in a Farmhouse Crate was an experiment that turned out great. I was happy that my easy method of getting a flocked look worked out. . . .
Giving a thrift store find metal pumpkin a farmhouse look is a simple project that can be done in minutes! All you'll need is spray paint and a stem to have an old, worn pumpkin looking fresh and new. . . .