Hi friends! I’m Rita Joy from Harbour Breeze Home, and I’m so glad to be back today sharing my latest crafty project. I was recently scrambling to finish the last few things in our recent Laundry Room makeover. All the big things were done, and it was finally my favorite stage ~ adding all the “pretty”! […]
The holiday season is over, and you likely have more wine glasses now than you did before you hosted gatherings with all your friends and family. If you are anything like me you not only bought extra wine glasses, you likely received several more as gifts. Instead of shoving all those wine glasses into the back of […]
Got an old wicker basket that could do with a makeover? Here is a super easy idea how you can revamp and upcycle your old wicker baskets and bring them right up to date to fit in with your home decor. Hello Kenarry readers and a ‘Happy New Year’ to you all! I’m Sam from A […]
A hand painted holiday candy dish is an easy craft idea kids can make as Christmas gifts for teachers, grandparents and other special people in their lives. When it comes to teacher gifts and presents for grandparents, I like to involve the boys in the creation of the gifts whenever possible. It’s one small way to […]
These DIY distressed ombre magnet letters are so cute and can be customized to your child’s name! Hello, friends! It’s Sarah from Making Joy and Pretty Things back to share a fun (sort-of) rustic(ish) DIY with y’all today. You see, we are neck-deep in the One Room Challenge. If you haven’t heard of the challenge, it’s basically […]
Turn a roadside rescue into a funky nightstand with paint and fabric decoupaged right to the drawer fronts. A great way to cover up scratches and dents in used furniture.
Turn plain glass bowls into beautiful watermelon bowls with this simple paint technique and brighten up your summer table! Try different fruits like oranges and kiwis with this easy technique. The best part is that they’re food and dishwasher safe!
I just PAINTED a fabric footstool. Yes, I PAINTED the fabric. I tried painting fabric a few years ago with a homemade concoction and was pretty disappointed in how stiff the fabric became, so I was anxious to try a new product called FAB. The end result was beautiful.
The table was gifted and the cross back chairs found at a thrift store. They were unified into a set with white chalk paint and the chairs upholstered in a bold floral print. The table top was stained and dry brushed in layers and a stenciled doily was added to the middle for an extra touch.
I took an old table from my parents’ basement and gave it a makeover with a fun, springy shade of blue. It looks like a whole new piece and adds a fun pop of color to any room while still keeping some of that Queen Anne charm.
Get your boho decor on for the summer with this fun faux stained glass feather project! Get directions: This post was submitted by and is shared with their permission. If you’re a blogger or website owner and have a great idea for the home, you’re welcome to submit your post to be featured on Kenarry: […]
Hi Kenarry readers, this is Lori from Greco Design Company here today to show you how you can make your own wood sign with an inspirational quote for just a few dollars! I’ve got a very easy technique that anyone can do and add some meaningful art to your walls. Wood signs with type are such a hot trend right […]