Remember my fab cowboy boot refashion?
I finally had a DIY diva brainstorm and came up with a quick & quirky project for the chopped boot tops:
here’s how to create your own upcycled boot top baskets:
When we moved in the kiddo’s room was in desperate need of an overhaul:
That awful dark red & brown paint job and the moldy walls were soon taken care of with professional products and (about) a million coats of brilliant white.
The clean white walls really give an illusion of space!
Get the scoop & tutorials behind the kiddo’s happy hideaway at home…
The kiddo was desperate for a climbing frame so I headed up to the attic to see what my imagination could put together:
Here’s what I did:
Do you remember the total blech that was the upstairs bathroom when we moved in?
Loads better now, but what about the other end of that narrow, awkwardly shaped room?
A massive improvement!
(the outside of that toilet was disturbing but what lurked inside was absolutely terrifying!)
Here’s the breakdown of the thrifty furnishings and DIYs:
My humble home tour continues with a peek at my thrifty spruced up stairway and landing:
Let’s head upstairs…
I’m not at all an artist but occasionally I do like to dabble with a bit of paint on canvas.
As trying to create a masterpiece bent over a flat surface is pretty darn uncomfortable & the cost of an “artist’s easel” is insane I hit the wood shop and figured out how to make my very own fancy schmancy adjustable easel:
Here’s what I did:
What do you do when your DIY privacy fence isn’t quite long enough to shield the yard from the apartment block path next door?
As my How To Clean Vintage Enamelware post was so popular I thought I’d go ahead and share my collection of thrifted & inherited ceramics + the groovy cleaning tips from the past to keep it all in top condition!
Check out my quirky collection & discover how to maintain your own vintage ceramics & porcelain:
Have a look at how I transformed the awkwardly shaped, incredibly small extra-room-beside-the-stairs into a petite but sweet guest room:
Take the lickety split tour below and check out the rest of the vintage and handmade decor!