I spotted this little desk at a garage sale on the way buy and just had to stop and check out the price. $5?! Sold! I brought it home and got to work transforming it from a desk into our retro coffee station with the addition of a shelf and a lot of paint!
After scoring a wooden sofa and rocking chair at an estate sale I got to work converting it from indoor furniture to outdoor furniture for our deck! After many coats of primer, outdoor paint and sealant they came out in a pretty dark blue gray that I topped with fun green, outdoor cushions!
When I was cleaning out the old play house and converting it to my new Tack Shack I ran into these three old chairs and a light bulb went off in my head. What we needed most on our deck was some end tables that might also work for extra seating. So, with a little barn wood and spray paint we had some fun!
This was a very large and extremely sturdy rocking chair that I picked up at an estate sale for $25. Despite that it was in very good shape it was also VERY dated! So, after some deliberation I grabbed some black paint and got to work.
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.
Last summer I spotted my aunt giving away a couple of wicker chairs on her Facebook page on a “first come first serve basis” I jumped on them! They were so darned cute I couldn’t help myself! They were a bit beat up and needed a good bath but I really thought that they would clean up just fine.
Hi all, it’s Lori from Greco Design Company here today to share a fun project with you if you need to add some (temporary) color and personality to a cabinet or armoire. This project is a great solution for a variety of pieces including kitchen cabinets, closed hanging shelves, a dining room hutch, or a […]
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.
Can you believe this DIY farmhouse bench only costs around $15 to build?! This is a great project for all those 2×4 scraps you might have lying around. I shortened the dimensions of mine to make it fit comfortably under my small dining table.