First, you take some old discarded windows from a job site and distress, paint and distress some more to achieve the desired look. Then you get a family photo enlarged as an engineering print to fit the chosen window. Use cardstock and the Cricut to produce a long held family motto. Take some old fence boards and make a farmhouse looking shutter and put it all together! "Family is forever" is front and center in our kitchen to remind us everyday of what is truly important!
The rest of the details on our kitchen table makeover! Our table was much loved and well used (think pencil art) and needed an update badly. My husband and son sanded it to its bare bones and then my painter husband went to work figuring out how to get the look we wanted with the table we had. All the details are on the blog!
Our kitchen table was in desperate need of a makeover! See all the details on the first part of the makeover, from taking the table apart to removing every bit of finish. Incredibly time consuming but worth the work!
Can you tell this sweet little kitchen buffet is used for the mundane purpose of storing dog food? It has finally found its home in the corner of our kitchen, hiding the ordinary evidence of family life.
My husband used Annie Sloan chalk paints to transform this solid wooden piece into a distressed beauty. We love the details and the way it continues the pop of aqua we have going on in the kitchen. For more details visit the blog link listed below.
It began with a dated 1970's hutch makeover, continued with a mason jar chandelier and fence board backsplash and now I want to share one of my smaller projects that gives a pop of color
to our kitchen.
We have yellow on our walls and aqua as the accent color in our kitchen project. We took some old ceramic canisters, spray painted them, and I used my Cricut cutting machine to cut vinyl letters as labels. I love how it continues to bring this project together. For more details and to see the rest of the projects click on the link below