Alas, it's not to be. So, we might as well get started with
a little inspiration.
The transformation of this ordinary ho-hum dresser will have us
all taking a closer look around at the next yard sale we attend:
So versatile, this dresser would be great in a nursery,
tween's room, a teenager's cave, or even in a dorm.
The next B&A is unique in that it involves a paint treatment
in an area of the house that most of us simply overlook.
BEFORE - bare mudroom ceiling:
During - taping the ceiling:
(Makes my neck hurt just looking at this picture.)
AFTER - what a charming optical illusion:
As much as I tremendously admire the homeowner's efforts,
the rest of my entire house would have to be perfection before
I took the time to paint the mud room ceiling. Just sayin'.
So many of us can relate to this next Before & After.
(My computer chair doesn't look as good as this 'before'):
Snazzie!! Love that it now matches the decor.
A pitiful coffee table in sore
need of a little maintenance:
Stellar! I've never thought about working with leather
or vinyl but this re-do has me considering the option.
Reproduction French Provencial was The Rage
in the 60's and offers so many possibilities now:
Classy. Love the fabric and mesh panels.
And, now, (drum roll, please ) the
Transformation of the Day:
What happens when you combine an old table you
already have with a dresser you find at a thrift shop?
Charming happens! Seriously, how cool is this
kitchen island? And, so much new storage, too.
What started out as a boring, rainy Monday just got
interesting. I might get something done today, afterall.