22 Tips to make your home look more expensive
We're forever searching around for tips and ideas that will inspire to you get creative in your own home. They are all things you can do if you're on a budget but want to make your home look more expensive and luxurious.
Ridiculously Awesome Shabby Chic Furniture Makeover Using Krylon Looking Glass Paint - Do-It-Yourself Fun Ideas
I am so excited to share this dresser and night stand transformation. You won’t believe the before and after pictures or how easy it was to do. These are the after pics… (The color of the dresser is accurate. The night stand picture has the sun pouring in which sort of warps the color […]
Tutorial: How to Paint Upholstery Fabric and Completely Transform a Chair! | 11 Magnolia Lane
Easy, step by step tutorial for taking a dated thrift store chair and transforming it with paint--on the fabric. Add rhinestones to the buttons for extra bling!
7 Sources for inexpensive outdoor rugs
In the last post, I mentioned that we have four very, very small weeks to redo our ugly patio and build a new deck. What’s that? You want a little sneaky-peeky? TWIST MY ARM. YEP. That’s deck progress, buds. My dad come over one day with a pile of lumber while Andy was at work, […]
Color Coding Your Circuit Breaker Box
Guys...I'm here...I promise! Summertime is such a dead zone for me. Not too many holidays to decorate for, and the majority of my days are spent working on house projects for later posts, but something I recently completed while organizing our garage was color coding our circuit breaker box! &...
The Great Soap Makeover || painted soap pump - House of Hepworths
So, is there any way I can make this look better? You betcha! Check this out!! (Look familiar? Yup, I’m on a vinyl tangent at the moment. Check out the knife block post for more deets on vinyl.) Yes, I know, I know. It’s totally awesome. Don’t hate! I’m gonna show you how you can …
DIY Button Tufted Headboard
Following in the footsteps of some great bloggers, I made by very own button tufted headboard! If you're looking for a tutorial to follow, I highly recommend the ones over at Little Green Notebook and Brick City Love. My headboard took elements from both of those tutorials, and I must say that they were very helpful. Rather than trying to reinvent the wheel, I thought I'd just share some photos of my process and a few notes on things I learned as I went along. --- I'm not sure where the idea…