Rescued Cabinet Turned Red Diva
After finding this cabinet I knew it could be saved. It was rough and it took some major belt sanding on the top to get rid of years of abuse, but in the end it was worth it. A true DIVA was born. You won't believe the difference! #Hometalk #artisbeauty #paintedfurniture #redfurniture #hometalkeveryday #paintedfurniture Hello again my beauties! It's Themed Furniture Makeover day here with the DIY furniture girls.This months Theme was red, and did I have the perfect piece for it!…
Makeover Monday: Azores Dresser - Migonis Home
This post has received a lot of traffic via Pinterest… keep in mind when choosing this color that it is actually darker and more gray than it photographed because of the lighting. It was still gorgeous when done but not quite as “minty”. I have been DYING to share this post with you… AJ found …
26 Creative Ideas to Turn Flea-Market Finds into Simple DIY Storage
Flea-market finds add unique vintage style to your home and often cost less than buying new. With a little creativity, you can repurpose many of these antique items to create affordable, functional storage. Whether you're making a shelving unit out of wood crates or reclaiming an old baker's rack, vintage furniture can easily add extra space for storing household items.
23 Ways to Decorate with Flea Market Finds for a Distinctively Vintage Look
Flea markets, thrift stores, and antique shops offer a wealth of interesting treasures. The trick is figuring out how to incorporate them into your space. These ideas for decorating with flea market finds will help you embrace secondhand scores in vintage style.
Antique Pink Buffet W/Sweet Pickins Milk Paint
Amazing antique buffet that i refinished in Sweet Pickins Milk Paint (a mix of flour sack and red wagon) with a dark glaze. I took a chance on the pink, so happy i did! Normally i sell my painted pieces - but this one is all mine :) I replaced the original hardware, new ones came from Hobby Lobby Perfect chippy! Color is a very muted pink - such a pretty color and works as a neutral.
Plain Old Brown Jacobean Buffet to Beautiful Buffet
I started redoing furniture, as a hobby for my home, about 6 months ago. Little pieces, here and there... I was waiting to get my hands on a piece like this! When I got it, I couldnt contain my excitement! a Jacobean Buffet! HOW BEAUTIFUL! I started by inspecting it - cleaning it. That's usually my general rule of thumb. Inspect, clean and then repair. I had to make a few repairs to this buffet. The bottom right foot was missing a chunk so I repaired by using Bondo and build…