Spice rack plans
I have seen vintage couches be refurbished many times and the last few I saw had the fabric painted. I thought why can’t I do that?Painting the fabric of the couch is simple and it saves a lot of time when refurbishing a couch or love seat because you don’t have to reupholster it. Plus a bonus usually you have extra paint on hand so it doesn’t cost very much!I am going to walk you through step by step of how I refurbished my vintage couch.I have this vintage couch for a while now but wasn’t ...
Having proper and functional lighting in the bathroom is important, but it’s just as important that you like the way it looks. It’s probably where you spend the morning getting ready for the day. Focused activities, like putting on makeup or shaving, can benefit from thoughtful lighting. Changing the lighting is one of the quickest ways to transform the overall feeling of your bathroom. In this tutorial, I’ll go through the steps on how to build a DIY bathroom ceiling light fixture.You could ...
We've had so many people wondering lately about painting their kitchen cabinets and wondering about outdated counter tops, I thought I'd write a post documenting what we did with ours around 2014. We had practically a new kitchen for less than $300 and couldn't have been happier. Both the cabinets and counter top are holding up well and I still love them. This post even shares things I've learned since and would do differently now.
My rental apartment has a small kitchen and though it has a lot of storage, it doesn't have a lot of it that's within easy reach (I'm short!). But it does happen to have a gap between the fridge and the cabinets so I decided to make use of that wasted space and convert it into a pullout pantry. There's many types you can buy, like this one, but I thought it would be more fun to make my own DIY version!
It's that time of the year again. A new year means time to get organized! My workshop was in dire need of some organization. I swear I have things buried in every little hole I can find. My husband was so sweet to build me this workshop table. See the bottom? That is where most of my items get stored! Therefore, it was time for workshop organization to happen.
So I have been waiting several years to replace all my kitchen appliances and the day finally came. However, my cabinets needed a new face lift. So, I decided to repaint. I found this paint at Lowe's that is for cabinets and doesn't require too much prep. I used Mr. Clean erasers to clean the cabinets well. Those erasers are wonderful to remove dirt, grease, glossy finishes and so on.