If you’ve got kids, you know that toy storage is a must. And, if you’re like me, you know it’s nice if that toy storage is cute to boot! Meaghan from 2sisters2cities gave an unfinished craft store crate a designer look with some stain, casters, and a stencil. Using a unfinished wood crate is a […Read More]
The thrifty lady over at Fifty Five South was inspired to amp up her use of decorative accessories that reflect the rustic, earthy style she loves. When she saw an “incredibly easy and cheap West Elm knock-off DIY project” that involved layering embroidery hoops to make a sphere, she couldn’t help but “pounce” on it. The hoops only cost her $2.20, making this a project that can’t be beat when it comes to ease or expense.
When Gail from My Repurposed Life spied a pricey pedestal stand online, she realized she could easily make one herself with materials she already had. Gail combined an old bed piece and two squares of wood to create her gorgeous, versatile little stand. This is a simple way to repurpose something like an old bedpost […Read More]
Kristi from KrisKraft really loved the look of a reclaimed wood table from Restoration Hardware but didn’t have the extra cash to buy it. Instead she refabbed her existing table to have a lighter, more raw finish with some gray and walnut stain. I love how Kristi brightened the space with the lighter wood tone […Read More]
Erin from Lemon Tree Creations created this vintage clock face to fill a large wall space in her kitchen that had been blank for far too long. She layered on paint, stain, and glaze, and then banged and scraped up her wood a bit to give it a nice worn look. (Sounds like a good […Read More]
Mary Jo from 517 Creations made this ruler growth chart using a board she purchased from Lowe’s, some walnut stain, and a paint pen. She finished it off with a spray sealant to give it a finished look and hung it in her son’s playroom. This is so simple, yet a super cute and creative […Read More]