Here’s a little motivation to spruce up your outdoor living space for those of you who are dragging your feet a bit. Diane from In My Own Style took a standard brass light fixture from a thrift store and transformed it into an outdoor candle chandelier for her gorgeous patio. Brass chandeliers are a dime a […Read More]
After receiving lots of love for her Pottery Barn-inspired NOEL sign last Christmas, Richella from Imparting Grace shares the simple steps she took to create it. While it may not be iron like the inspiration, Richella’s pretty letters cost only $10 to make. And, quite honestly, finished with some oil-rubbed bronze paint they look just like the real deal!
Jessica from Mad In Crafts saw some cute owls that would be a nice addition to her fall décor; however, they weren’t $39.50 cute. Especially not when Jessica could turn some dollar store figurines into her own rustic owl décor. I always love this option since knick knacks are everywhere… dollar stores, thrift stores, flea markets… everywhere. Grab your spray paint of choice, and in just a few minutes you’ve got a whole new look!
Like Amanda from House Revivals, many of us are always on the lookout for ways to make our builder-grade hardware look… well, less builder-grade. Amanda turned her brass and oak handles into Anthro-lookalikes with some oil rubbed bronze paint and twine. It took Amanda less than 5 minutes per handle, which, in my opinion, is […Read More]
I love seeing items that have been written off as old or outdated brought back to life with a quick fix. Jennifer from Southern Inspirations did just that to a pair of brass candlesticks from her garage sale stash and white pillar candles. Jennifer spray painted the candlesticks for an oil rubbed bronze finish and […Read More]
Thrifty Décor Chick Sarah wanted a fun and a little bit funky light to hang above the new craft table in her soon-to-be finished basement. Of course, a DIY table for inspiring creativity necessitates a DIY light fixture! Sarah created a cool orb light from embroidery hoops and an Edison bulb. By making her own […Read More]
I recently shared Tara from Tales of a Trophy Wife’s love for large notions as décor for her craft room. Along with her oversized buttons, Tara wall also features a big ol’ spool of thread, a jumbo tomato pin cushion, and these ginormous scissors inspired by Pottery Barn. With a few coats of oil rubbed […Read More]
Lori from Mama with a Dash of DIY Drama has been obsessed with the artifact gear art from Restoration Hardware since it were first introduced. It almost seemed like a personal challenge to see if she could locate similar pieces. Lori did just that from the scrap heap of a tractor dealership. After degreasing and […Read More]