I decided to create my own art work for a new space we're in the process of redecorating. I made some word art using nickels and wooden letters. The finished product is so much cooler than the pictures depicts. It looks like flat, disco balls on my wall!! Check it out! http://aggravation-station.blogspot.ca/2012/...
This is our very first refinishing project. We took a sad little entry hall table and made her beautiful again. Let us know how we did! :) Visit our blog to see what steps we took to bring her back to life!
I found this old, beaten up, wood-tone dresser at a local thrift store for only $50! I could immediately see the potential in it, so I brought it home and gave it a makeover! I used satin
ivory paint on the outside with a wax topcoat. To get rid of the old, musty smell, I even painted the insides of each drawer a soft green called 'Ocean Pearl'. Then, I added a lovely mirror I found at a local salvage store to really take it up a notch! As time went on, I changed our master bedroom's decor a bit and changed the accessories near the dresser to silver, so I spray painted the handles black. I've loved both looks, and love that this dresser is so versatile! It's truly become one of my favorite pieces!
This was my biggest build yet! I have always been in LOVE with Restoration Hardware's sideboard collection. Unfortunately, I wasn't loving their huge price tag. I teamed up with Ana White
to design this 'Shanty Sideboard and Hutch', and I LOVE it. Although it is a huge piece, it's also a basic build with no funky cuts or angles. You can see the full tutorial at http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2012/09/restora... !!