The junker TV tables pulled from the dumpster and revived again is a story I wasn’t planning on telling! Mainly because I wasn’t planning on giving them new life at all!
Category: DIYs for Home
While I love shabby chic and admire upcycled lampshades dripping with pearls, studded with tattered fabric roses, and covered in doilies and lace, I knew it wouldn’t fly with my hubby. Just check Pinterest for lacy lampshades if you don’t know what I’m talking about. In doing the next needed restoration, I wanted to try out a doily lampshade makeover – husband-approved. Something where I was getting the look without looking like I was getting the look.
Salvaging an expensive lampshade with men’s ties, you say? Yes! We bought this lamp from Ethan Allan about 20 years ago, and I remember the shock of the price tag at $300! No more Ethan Allan for this cheapskate! You would think a lampshade from a $300 lamp should never deteriorate, but how wrong I was. After 20 years of dust, the inner lining was in tatters, so I tore it off, but it needed
Small decorative tile jobs are easier than they look. Follow my 6 steps for laying tile and where to get tile for free. Follow along for an ugly motel nightstand makeover!
I wanted to share 7 ways with wildflowers in “new” vintage vases that have caused me to break from tradition on bringing flowers inside. I usually prefer to enjoy them in their natural habitat, but I do enjoy them inside when we are going to have guests. Everything you see here came from yard […]