Chalked Paint is Amazing.
Chalked paint will transform your life, as it makes every piece of furniture you own beautiful.
Decorating on a Budget
Taking ordinary things and turning them into something fabulous makes us feel like a full-time genius.
DIY Stepping Stones
The Secret Life of a Cement Paver
I’m pretty sure cement pavers are desperately crying out to be bedazzled. Painted. Noticed. It’s so easy to do and will make you happy, so why not release your paver’s inner beauty?
Flat, Satin, Eggshell…Oh My! How to Pick a Paint Sheen
Picking out a sheen may be the last thing you want to do after you’ve exhausted yourself with picking out *the* perfect color, but don’t leave this stone unturned. Sheen and make or break your project.
Storing & Organizing Paint
You know that empty shelf in your garage that holds a bazillion leftover gallons of paint with old crusty paint running down the side of them? Well, not only does it look cluttered and messy, but it also takes up a bunch of room and chances are your paint is getting ruined in the process.
The Psychology Behind Color
Ever wonder why you’re always drawn to the same colors time and time again? Colors help us feel a certain something and so it’s no wonder that in the places where we spend the most time, we want to be sure we feel relaxed, at peace, or energized. Check out the following and see if it holds true for you. And next time you paint…try on a different personality!
Make a Small Room Look Bigger
I like a small space. It feels cozy, and helps those of us (ahem) who are a tad disorganized or reluctant to throw stuff away, by forcing us to live more simply. But while a small space can feel cozy, you don’t want it to look, well, too cramped. Here are some super easy tips to make your pint-sized room feel like an oasis.
How to “Antique” Furniture
If you’re like me, you have a collection of old furniture that you bought from a garage sale or second hand store that you just knew would be perfect in your house, if only it didn’t have that ugly finish. Instead of letting it collect dust in the garage or basement, waiting patiently to someday be transform, pull it out and antique it.