One of the troubles with going out of your comfort zone to be extra creative is that it won’t find the right person to take it home. I LOVED how this mini secretary desk turned out. I’d been watching The Turquoise Iris’s Facebook live tutorial videos and decided to give it a go. Read all… Continue reading One Desk Two Ways
I’ve been itching to use this beautiful blush pink, Enchanted, from Country Chic Paint again. When this little table fell into my lap, a freebie add-on from another purchase, I found my chance. Two coats of the prettiest pink around and a little touch of white wax made this bland cast-off from an estate sale fit… Continue reading Blushing Beauty
$10 for a vintage Ethan Allen solid wood buffet cabinet? Don’t mind if I do! That dark stain just wasn’t doing it any favors. I sanded the top down to gorgeous bare wood and wiped it down with Hemp Oil. The wood had too much of a yellow tone so I gave it a very,… Continue reading Farmhouse Buffet
The little end table has served its time in my apartment. Now that we’re moving to a house and I’m giving the living room a refresh, the table needed a refresh and a new home too. I lightly sanded the old finish and pulled out a couple Country Chic Paint colors: Hollow Hill, Rustic Charm,… Continue reading Boho Blended Side Table
The sewing tables are always left behind at my Goodwill and I love snatching them up. See a few of my sewing tables projects here, here, and here. Of course I brought this little cutie home. It’s not as practical as real drawers, but the thread organizers on the inside of the door were just… Continue reading why does no one buy sewing tables?
Gray is everyone’s new favorite neutral, right? It’s such a versatile color and a personal favorite. When I picked up this French Provincial desk I knew I wanted to go with gray; the only one I had left in my stash was Country Chic Paint Cobblestone so that’s what I used! It had been previously… Continue reading Glam Neutral
I couldn’t come up with any ideas that excited me for this armoire until I remembered Wanderess. The unique green-teal color from Country Chic Paint is one of my favorites and was perfect for a cottage, shabby chic makeover. I wanted a little bit of a chippy distressed look so I rubbed some natural wax… Continue reading Cottage Chic Armoire