Laundry Detergent Canister

After spying a styling laundry detergent canister from Ballard, Char from Crap I’ve Made headed to the Army Navy Surplus store for a canister of her own. Sure, it wasn’t nearly as cute as the catalog version, but that’s nothing a can of spray paint couldn’t fix! With some vinyl lettering, the transformation was complete… [...Read More]

White Gloss Table

Meagan from Craft Habit had been wanting to get a round white coffee table for her living room for some time. Since most of the options out there were really overpriced, she restored an old coffee table she had inherited from her grandmother using spray paint and a high gloss enamel. I love Meagan’s resourcefulness [...Read More]

Scissor Wall Decor

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]

Door to Trumeau Mirror

This French-inspired mirror from Suzanne at Meridian Road is just another example of the beauty that can be created from an old door. With some decorative accents and paint, Suzanne transformed a $2.50 thrift store door into a gorgeous trumeau-style mirror. I love the architectural element it adds to the space.   Suzanne’s mirror reminds [...Read More]

Painted Ceramic Bunny

Heather from Setting for Four shares a super simple project for creating your own Pottery Barn-esque Easter décor. Heather snatched up a ceramic bunny from Goodwill and then coated the little fellow with some primer and glossy white spray paint. That’s it! Check out your local thrift store, dollar stores, or even your own closet [...Read More]

“Metal” Sunburst Mirror

Kim from RePOSHture was inspired to create this awesome sunburst mirror that appears to have curled metal bands for sunbeams. Would you believe they’re really masking tape?!? That’s right! Using floral wire between two strips of tape, Kim was able to make this beauty for only $12 and 3 hours of time! Kim was inspired [...Read More]

Lamp with Lace Shade

When Denisa from A Girl and A Brush saw a lace lamp at Pier 1, she knew it was perfect for her bedroom. That is… the lamp was perfect, not the $75 price tag. Using a Goodwill lamp base, shade, and tank top, Denisa created her own romantic lamp for less than $15! Denisa was [...Read More]

Antiqued Standing Mirror

Connie from Salvage Savvy was inspired by two big and beautiful antiqued mirrors she saw in House Beautiful magazine to make one of her own using square mirror tiles. Connie provides awesome step-by-step instructions to walk you through how to achieve that lovely antiqued look. Large mirrors can get pretty pricey, so the $70 Connie [...Read More]