Y’all, I’m so excited to share this build with you! I fell in love with a console/entry table last fall and have finally gotten around to putting my own spin on it.
Have you ever seen a piece of furniture that you thought was so ugly and so damaged that it was a lost cause? That’s how I felt about this huge 1970’s coffee table.
I find myself saying that a lot these days!
When my husband came home with this frame, he said, “It was only $10 and some of the molding around it is broken off… but I thought you could fix it.”
He totally gets me. lol
I was browsing at a craft store and I saw some beautiful fake hydrangea stems. Hydrangeas hate me, but I love them, so I knew right away that I had to have these. I wanted to dress them up a bit and make a shabby chic vase.
Do you have something in your house that seems like it stares at you every time you walk in the room? Mine was my fireplace. I love my big stone fireplace, but there were a couple of things that really bothered me about it.
Yes, that’s right, the kiddo and I built a Christmas Tree Lot in our front yard for this year’s Christmas decor!
I had been wanting to do something special… I get tired of putting up lights on my front porch and calling it “good enough”.
The floors in the flip house were a nightmare when we bought it... as a matter of fact, the first day we took ownership, we immediately ripped the stinky, nasty carpet up.
Baseboards over baseboards... over baseboards. I've always had a hate/hate relationship with the baseboards in our house. I wanted white and beautiful and this house has ugly brown.