Milk Paint Makeover | Curvy Dresser

As soon as I found out that I had the green light to start renovations on the she shed project, I knew I needed to start the hunt for the perfect vintage dresser to fill my space! I wanted something that had charm and would be a small statement piece without taking up too much room. I started the hunting back in the fall when garage sales were swill in full swing and was lucky enough to pick up this beautiful curvy dresser at an estate sale for $20.

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Couch Re-Upholstery Q&A

You asked, I answered. Here are the details about the couch re-upholstery project!

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My Biggest Project Yet..

Can you guess what my biggest project yet may be? It involves a bit demo and a lot of patience!

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First Project Using Milk Paint

Hey Guys! I am so excited to share this project with you! I have been on the hunt for a month or so for the perfect piece to milk paint. Milk painting is a super old paint method, made to be safe and chemical free and also really durable to last for years. It is…

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Chalk Paint and Ticking: My $5 Chair Transformation

I ran into Goodwill a few weeks ago with a very specific item in mind that I needed for work and as usual, when I’m in a hurry, I found a treasure that I just couldn’t leave without. This chair was that item for me. I definitely didn’t intend to hunt for a chair but…

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My First Project Using Chalk Paint

Vintage Hutch Update Using Rustolium Chalk Paint in Linen White – My First Time Using Chalk Paint!

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Tea Cart Refinish: Generic to Farmhouse

I took this $5 tea cart from generic to farmhouse fabulous using Behr Paint!

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My $2 Table Update

I found this little gem for $2 in the thrift shop of a retirement home!

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Vintage Dresser Refinish Project

Last weekend we were out garage saling on Friday as usual. I was super distracted because I had gotten an email about bidding on a large job out of the country and I was a little overwhelmed. We cut the day short and decided to head home because we weren’t having the best of luck.…

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