This months theme in the Furniture Makeover Group I belong to is two tone. The perfect project for me since this project sat in my garage for months, waiting on me to finish it. Which is really silly because my mid century coffee table makeover was super easy. I love the clean lines and simple contrast of white on wood tone that this period of furniture is so well known for.
Today is the first day of fall! It’s time to put away the summer colors and bring out the cozy sweaters or in our case here in sunny FL, at least the pretty fall colors.
If I’d have known then what I know now. Have you ever said that? I have and I’m saying it right now. Want to know the easiest, fastest way to paint doors and trim and have an absolutely perfect finish? Then let’s talk about how to paint doors and trim with a paint sprayer.
You can do it. It’s easier and more affordable than you think.
I found this anchor in a vintage shop in Pensacola and knew right away it was an upcycle project and I could make a simple and pretty cool anchor doorstop with it.
The day I found it was a really big turning point in my life.
I made this simple fall monogram doormat for the fall tour event of The Home Tour blogging group I recently joined. It’s a little challenging to decorate for fall when it’s 96 degrees outside. We live at the beach and I don’t think there’s a leaf within several miles that turns any shade of color this time of year!