My latest vintage furniture find could have had an unfortunate ending!
This country style "embroidered" pillow cover is 100% no-sew and a quick project! Mine took less than an hour!
Our entryway has been a long time coming - and I'm not sure it's actually finished yet, but it's to a point that I feel pretty good about it and it makes me actually smile instead of cringe when I look over there!
Wait, what? I used baking soda to transform some outdated Goodwill lamps! I'll show you just how easy it was...
Have you ever had a piece of furniture or decor that had special meaning - perhaps a family heirloom or an item given to you by a loved one - but it just didn't work in your space? That was our coffee table situation.
Only two days until Christmas! I've been excited but also a little frazzled this season because I finished gift shopping and wrapping much later than I usually do! I'm not so sure wrapping far in advance would've done me much good this year anyway, though - we've had to block off the tree with a baby gate because baby girl is determined to pull off every ornament and strand of ribbon that she can. She also likes to tear up paper and eat it, so one can imagine what she would do to wrapped gifts...
A vintage bench gets a quick and easy makeover using black paint.
Some people like to decorate every nook and cranny for each season or holiday. I'm not one of those people. I have my areas I change out seasonally, but I like to keep things pretty simple because...what's that law of physics...what goes up must come down?
I love the look of farmhouse curtains that have a ruffle at the top - I just think they are so cozy and charming! To get that ruffle, though, you either have to pay a pretty penny for ruffled curtains, or you can use one of many Pinterest-inspired curtain "hacks" to achieve the look.
Never judge a book by its cover, right? Or maybe we should say never judge a table by its ugly green top!