Wait, what? I used baking soda to transform some outdated Goodwill lamps! I'll show you just how easy it was...
These sweet little no-sew bunnies are a quick, easy project and make a great garland or basket filler for Spring!
Last year I found this cute sweater at Goodwill. I thought it would be perfectly festive for Christmastime...
A few weeks back I found this little cookie jar for $3 at my local thrift store and thought it was kind of cute.
For some, the celebration of Thanksgiving this year may be a gathering of those closest and dearest to them. For others it may be a quieter day of reflection.
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.
I am SO excited to finally get to share this with you all today! I can't believe it finally happened! So, back in June, I bought this little cherry bench off Facebook Marketplace...
While I'm hesitant to call it trash, this rocking chair I bought off Facebook Marketplace was in really rough shape. It was dirty, the wood was rough, the paint chipping, and nail heads were popping out in some places. But like any good project piece, it had one important thing: potential.
There's nothing quite like fresh flowers to brighten up your space! I love grabbing an inexpensive bouquet at Trader Joe's - it freshens up the whole kitchen and adds a glorious pop of color.
Never judge a book by its cover, right? Or maybe we should say never judge a table by its ugly green top!