The bookshelves in the loft are DONE!!! For a full detailed tutorial please click here. Before After I started by lightly sanding the whole bookshelf and painting the backs a light blue. You can read about the back of the bookshelves here. Using a foam roller I added one coat of Primer. I have had wonderful luck with… 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.
When I try something out for the first time I have those voices in my head saying what are you doing, you can’t do this, you will screw it up I can get a tad bit overwhelmed. My solution is to find out as much information as I can by reading reading reading before I dive in. I’ve listed all… Read More
This post may contain affiliate links I have a fun and easy tutorial on how to make an antique crate without the price tag. I’ve been keeping my eye out for one but haven’t had any luck finding one that was reasonably priced. So I decided to make my own to store all of our magazines.
I painted my Grandma’s sewing machine cabinet, shhhh.I’m afraid when Grandma sets her eyes on the machine she is going to kill me for changing the color. Maybe I’ll just be visiting her instead of inviting her over.Here is a little tutorial if you are interested. Sanded the whole piece with medium grit sandpaper. I then primed it using a oil… Read More