Creating this meditation space required the perfect paint color and intentional object placement.
A fireplace is a natural gathering spot and it’s hard to not see it as a focal point in any room, so if you are feeling like your fireplace is a little dated and doesn’t really ‘go’ with your family’s style, consider paint. see more
Upcycling and repurposing old furniture is fun, especially when we’re able to add years to the life of a well-loved piece of furniture or create something that helps others. see more
This year I was inspired to make a new holiday card display in our family’s ‘formal farmhouse’ style. I chose upcycling pallet wood and a few fun paint colors see more
I had an idea to make a witch table for Halloween this year, and this is how I created it using Krylon® Brand.
A round table is a perfect base for making an upside-down witch hat. And it’s easier, and takes less time, than you might think. see more
I love this raised garden bed. It’s awesome all by itself. Adding a stain and sealer makes it extra awesome. But, stain is still liquid with its inherent challenges. I found that using a brush, roller and tray—together—made the work easier and fun. Yes, I said fun. Note: We partnered … see more
After-school snack time is even better with a custom snack bar upgraded with fresh paint. I’m a lucky mom because I usually get an answer to the question we all ask: “How was your day?” And I know that when I can sit down for a snack after school, I’ll … see more
An old paint brush has a lot more uses than just slathering on paint. I use them all the time on remodeling and renovation projects. Here are just a few. For more than just a little use, it’s best to do most of this stuff with an old paintbrush, but … see more
The plain, unremarkable top felt like it needed a little pizazz, and I immediately envisioned a pattern in gold and greens. see more
Lots of people make the same mistakes—me included—finishing drywall. Typically, we: – Use too much joint compound. Joint compound (sometimes called ‘spackle’ or ‘mud’ in the trades) is the paste applied to the wall and it’s easy to use too much of it. – Try to get it too perfect … see more