If you haven't heard of Rae Dunn you may not be a farmhouse style fan. This uber popular line of kitchen decor is so simple yet so classic. Bright white with crisp black narrow font gives a universal appeal to almost any style kitchen. Follow me as I take a solid wood bread box and give it a "Rae Dunn" inspired makeover. (more in depth details and photos can be found on the blog link at the bottom)
I am a big Bombay Co fan especially their jewelry boxes. They are sturdy well made and a Canadian company. (yes I am a small home business from Western Canada) I love finding Bombay pieces and giving them one of a kind painted updates.
I love to paint wooden salt and pepper grinders. They are the perfect way to add color to a kitchen of dining room. Check out how I did an ombre color wash from grey to navy on a jumbo 16+" high pepper grinder for a unique one of a kind look.
I am all about giving new pieces new life ... mainly thru paint. When I saw this old wood magazine rack I knew it just needed a paint pick me up. Follow me as I give it a face lift.
I love to repurpose anything old that has lots its appeal, take this dated faded old print. The frame however is thick and modern looking and would be so much better as a chalkboard... follow along how to easily make it over (more detailed blog post linked as well)
You have seen these on Pinterest, canning ring pumpkins right? I finally got my hands on a box of rings headed to the trash and here is my take on the cute fall craft.there is also a more detailed blog link at the bottom with many more photos
Let me share my version of painting a rustic grey farmhouse finish on an end table. The set originally was created to look rustic with worm holes and dings but the orangey finish is just too dated. I will share the steps I took to achieve it simply here but more in depth description and pictures will be in the linked blog post at the bottom.
Recently on Instagram I won a giveaway for free paint from a Canadian Paint company called House & Canvas. I was stoked and chose a safe neutral white and a fun antique teal. If you follow my Facebook page or blog you know I love me some teal.
You have seen pretty patina'd metal right? Well I have been dying to try the new products out there that allow you to create pretty patina instantly and here is one of my projects using it
I love repurposing old wood frames into chalkboards, this gives them new life and purpose. Follow below to see how I changed up one of those old landscape prints in the huge frames, this one had mirrored edges!! How groovy!