Turning a thrift store find into coastal decor is one of my favorite ways to decorate. Here's another easy project for my guest room makeover. I set a budget for this makeover and transforming old items is the way to get the look I want inexpensively. I'm glad I bought this mirror a few months ago. . . .
I'm always looking for new ways to add coastal decor to my home. Not long ago, I spotted a coastal shadow box at Home Goods. While it was very reasonably priced, I knew I had all the materials at home to make one of my own. I didn't try to replicate the one I saw, but it did give me . . .
I'm excited to share this easy Thrift Store Find Makeover today. I recently bought a plain tray at Goodwill for .50. I wasn't sure just what I would do with it, but for that price, I couldn't pass it up. Once I thought about how to give it a new look, I decided a coastal makeover would be just right . . .
This was such an easy repurposing project, but it's one that gives a whole new look to a tired looking wall plaque I found at a local thrift store. Chalk paint and a stencil gave it some coastal flair. . . .
I had so much fun creating this style board from Chairish! Holly, from Chairish, contacted me and asked if I would be interested in participating in their Mix 'n Chic Style Board Challenge. I've seen style board challenges from other bloggers using design elements from Chairish and I was . . .
Some people call them sun rooms. Some call them Florida rooms. I’ve seen references to sun lounges and sun parlors. There are many variations of what these rooms are called and how they are constructed. Some include an outdoor living space, while others are completely enclosed and built as an . . .
Charleston Room Makeover on a Budget Series We are happy to be a part of the June Centsational Salvage Challenge, 2015 brought to us by Erica from On Bliss Street, Jason from East Coast Upcyclers, and Timisha from Toolbox Divas. This is such a great challenge. DIYers are challenged to spend no more . . .
Last year I spotted a number of pins of bird baths being repurposed as fairy gardens and I thought they looked awesome. I happened to have a standard concrete bird bath that wasn't doing anything to enhance the look of my lawn. I decided to create my own little fairy garden, minus the real plants . . .
Charleston Room Makeover On a Budget Series My latest thrift store find makeover is this cute, little curio shelf. When I saw it, I knew that it could be a perfect display shelf for a few pieces of my milk glass collection. Priced at $2.00, it was just right. . . .
From North of the Boulevard~ My latest thrift store find is a simple DIY makeover for an ugly tray. The pretty part of the tray? It was twenty-five cents! A little spray paint, chalk paint and a stencil and it went from old and ugly to fresh and coastal. Not only was this super cheap, it was also . . .