I am so excited this month to be part of the group at The Fab Furniture Flippin’ Contest! This month’s contest is Showstopping TOPS with ETI Envirotex. ETI Envirotex has provided me with product compensation in order to complete my themed project. ETI Envirotex will also provide the prize package for the contest winner. As… Continue reading How To Bring the Glamour with a Glitter Tabletop
Furniture is surprisingly more sentimental than we often expect. In a world where we buy a lot of particle-board filled, disposable furniture, we can tend to forget that furniture can carry so much sentiment.It is part of why I love the most about refinishing older furniture. I have pieces that had stayed in families for… Continue reading How to Update Furniture with Custom Colour
I am really starting to love mid-century modern furniture. Before, I was all French curves and farmhouse chic. Don’t get me wrong – I still LOVE those things. It’s just that lately, I’m loving things a little more Don Draper and a little less Marie Antoinette. Yeah, they both had huge egos and some serious… Continue reading A Mid-Century Modern Coffee Table
I love fresh greenery! The smell, the way it looks, that classic Christmas decor atmosphere. Not to mention the fact that it is environmentally friendly and usually really inexpensive, especially if you collect it yourself instead of purchasing it in store. But as wonderful as fresh greenery is, it comes with its own set of… Continue reading 5 Things You Need to Know Before You Decorate with Fresh Greenery
Christmas, one of my favourite times of the year! But can we all agree that sometimes Christmas can get a touch expensive? With our crazy move this summer, we left a lot of stuff in storage and that includes my Christmas decor. I really don’t want to spend a ton of money buying things I… Continue reading How to make a fresh wreath – for less than $5!
At the same time that Mom and I found her gorgeous Frenchie dresser, we got a set of side tables to go along with it! Actually, it was an entire bedroom set of a dresser with mirror, a tall dresser, and set of side tables. The low dresser was transformed into kitchen storage. You can… Continue reading Red Milk Paint Side Tables
Since moving to Vancouver Island, I have been drawn to some of the more coastal decor styles. I have felt, in the past, that a “beachy” theme can end up a little cheesy and contrived, especially when you live in a land-locked prairie town. But being by the ocean, I want to add some of… Continue reading Modern and Inspired Driftwood Decor