I love all things Pottery Barn except the price, so I was thrilled when I could recreate some numbered pails that I had purchased for a $1.00! come see how easy it is and celebrate with the money you can save
I got this little shelf/table at Roundtop Antiques Show Lat year for $20. I love the look of stacked white towels in a bathroom and I didn't want all of them hidden in the linen closet. I
decided to use this shelf next to the shower to store things I wanted within arms reach. You can open the shower door and literally grab a towel or a fresh bar of soap without stepping foot on the floor. Also within reach are q-tips, a basket of wash cloths and a basket of hand towels. It has been very handy, and by sticking to the all white formula, pretty as well. To visit my blog and see more stuff like this click here: http://farmhouseporch.blogspot.com
As we say around here, "out of my head and thru my husband's hands." I thought it and he built it. Have pictured two plate racks on each side of the family pictures for many years.
First, I painted the beadboard on them in red to match the beadboard that we have on the walls. Then after seeing so much white on Hometalk and Pinterest, I realized they needed to be white. Now I'm wondering about the wall beadboard, should it be white??? One thing leads to another!
I along with 5 other DIY bloggers recently took a trip down South to the World's Longest Yard Sale. The tour ran through 6 states, starting in Michigan all the way to Alabama!
The mission? Collecting for a single mom and her two kiddos moving into a lovely new Habitat home. GMC, the sponsor of the event, handed us a budget of $250 each and sent us on our way.
You know I'm a junker, right?! But I also understand not everyone else is, so the choices I made reflected what I loved yet in a more upscale manner. I decorated the master bedroom and here's what I came up with!
Click the link if you'd like to see a video of the full home reveal, including a link to the other 7 parts to this amazing story.
Have you ever helped out another in need with the talents you have? I'd love to hear about it!