I absolutely love chalk paint, it is easy to work with and the outcome is always a beautiful flawless finish. You really can’t go wrong with Annie Sloan or Ce Ce Caldwell Chalk Paints, both amazing products. However, I do realize they can be a little pricey, the person that I donated the dresser too, made their own chalk paint, … Read More
I had this little project in mind but was sad to see I had run out of my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint stock, except for the white. Of course my brain started spinning and I went to work. ASCP and a few drops of blue food coloring, hmmmm….lets see if it works. I painted it right onto the glass… Read More
Awhile back I was given some of my grandparents old suitcases. I have used them in various parts of the house for storage. Although my Grandfather is no longer with us, it always puts a smile on my face when I happen to pass one up. I invision all the places the suitecase must have traveled in their 76 years of marriage and the… Read More
Last weekend during our garage sale we had family come and sell a bunch of their items including this table. It never did find a new home, solid wood and all. So it made it’s way into my friends truck for a goodwill drop. Guess what the goodwill people did?They denied it, can you believe that? I owed it to… Read More
My fabulous hubby brought home a $20 media console he found on Craigslist. It was the perfect size for the loft, just needed a little TLC. Mixed 3 Annie Sloan Colors to achieve a beautiful grey. French Linen Coco Graphite Almost forgot to take a before shot, I was so excited to get started.
I am very excited to have the “office side” of the loft complete. The sun is shinning so I was able to snap some pictures today. It still amazes me when paint completely transforms a space. Although you heard me complaining a little, OK a lot, it was worth every moan and groan. ~Let’s take a look back~ Painted the backs… Read More
Growing up my Grandfather used to build everything. When I say everything, I really do mean everything. From the first house they lived in as newlyweds to the stool he made for each one of his grandchildren when he was 92.