Kimm from Reinvented was thrilled to participate in her first themed makeover with a group of other bloggers. The theme was Pottery Barn inspired, and Kimm knew just what she wanted to recreate – a metal outdoor table for her front porch. Kim combined a beverage stand and a galvanized bucket from Wal-mart to make […Read More]
Like most first-time home buyers, Jessica of The McKeown Residence found herself with big dreams of filling it with beautiful catalog pieces but a small budget. Jessica loved a metal and glass side table from Crate & Barrel and was able to track down a similar table with a price tag that fit that small budget. All it took was a few coats of spray paint to get almost an identical look!
Debra from Bungalow loved the look of a reclaimed wood and metal coffee table for her living room, but spending a couple thousand dollars on a small table simply wasn’t happening. Instead, Debra purchased some iron from the hardware store and put her husband’s welding skills to work. Even if your husband can’t weld, Debra suggests finding a friend or hiring out the welding to still save a pretty penny from Restoration Hardware’s price tag.
After laying eyes on an industrial coffee, Ashley from The Handmade Home knew she had to have one of her own. A friend pointed her in the right direction for inexpensive metal and a welder. Ashley then designed and built the top herself using MDF and a stencil. She points out that the top can […Read More]