Aly from Entirely Eventful Day wanted a beautiful weathered wood étagère from Restoration Hardware for her master bathroom. The problem? She didn’t have $700 to purchase it. What Aly did have was an old, metal, over-the-toilet shelving system. Aly refabbed the shelf with a fresh coat of glossy white paint and some wood to give [...Read More]
As soon as Rachel from Holy Craft saw a large framed painting at a garage sale, visions of Restoration Hardware’s classy subway art swirled in her head. She whipped out the paint and vinyl to transform the artwork into a piece she can truly love. And would you believe it cost less than $5 total??? That’s an amazing steal for such a large piece of artwork, especially when you consider the $550 price tag of Rachel’s inspiration!
Sherry from Pondered Primed Perfected scored a free lazy Susan at a garage sale when the owner happily threw it in with Sherry’s other findings. There was no way Sherry would turn down an opportunity to find a way to turn it into something fabulous, and, of course, she doesn’t disappoint! The once old, tired lazy Susan now has a smart new look with a bold alphabet design around the rim.
On one of her many thrift outings, Kimberly from A Night Owl came across a lovely little antique oval mirror tray from Goodwill for just $1.99. It initially sat unused for a couple of months until Kimberly came across Urban Outfitters’ Cut Lace Vanity Tray. She knew just what she needed to do to incorporate the tray into everyday use and grabbed a can of spray paint!
Jaime from Crafty Scrappy Happy gave a dark bookshelf a “light and airy” look with some chalk paint. This was also the perfect opportunity for Jaime to incorporate tag holders and get that library card catalogue feel that she adores. Jaime totally rocked it with her décor. I am loving the vintage vibe, especially that [...Read More]
Hollie from I’m Busy Procrastinating decided to trade in her nightstand for a writing desk and chair since the area was already being utilized as an office. She struck gold when she found a faux bamboo chair at Goodwill that strongly favored her inspiration piece. The chair’s transformation required a whole lotta tedious cleaning, sanding, [...Read More]