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April 27, 2013

What better way to spend part of your weekend than by admiring
the work of others?  Let's start with a quick trip "across the Pond" - 
 Before:                                                        After:
Here's a different interpretation of the Union Jack theme:
Blue, grey and white are a refreshing change.
Flea market and thrift store dressers make wonderful
entertainment centers at very reasonable prices.

The antique lounger, below, was given a lovely new beginning:
Rarely do I intentionally repost a project but what I truly admire about the
bathroom makeover, below, is that it's so "do-able" for the average person.

Visit In My Own Style for a photo
tutorial of this beautiful transformation.

These next projects were completed at Euro Paint Finishes:
  Before:                                                                  After:

The laminate on the antique dresser, below, was too damaged
to be salvaged so a two-tone paint treatment was chosen instead:
 Before:                                                                     After:

 These end tables are so much more appealing now, aren't they?
  Before:                                                                     After:
Lastly, these stunning transformations are brought to you by Babble: 

While Mid-Century Modern might not be for everyone, who couldn't
love this re-do?

This kitchen makeover is almost unbelievable: 

Crazy, right?!

Unfortunately, my home office is looking a lot more like this "before"
than the "after":

Thank you for taking a break and visiting with me.  I hope these
photos inspire you to tackle a Before & After project of your own.


  1. Fantastic makeovers -- the bathroom and kitchen are especially inspiring!

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