Here is another cabinet saved from the trash and now repurposed as a chalkboard. Continue reading
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Yesterday I shared one of my kitchen cabinet transformations and as promised, here’s the next one.
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A few weeks ago, I spotted a bunch of brand new kitchen cabinet samples on the curb as I was driving near my parents neighborhood. Continue reading
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Here’s another graphic I’d like to share with you. This one, definitely more french than the last one.
If you’re like me, you love graphics. You know, the kind that inspire you to transfer onto furniture, napkins, candles, or make signs with? The sky’s the limit with what you can do with them right? Continue reading
This little rustic bench was put together using scrap wood. Continue reading
If you ask me what my home decor style is, I’d say it’s Farm chic or Rustic elegant. It incorporates old and rustic with new and shiny. Makes sense? And so, I’ve been dreaming of the perfect farmtable for my dining room. Continue reading