in something old, or in this case raw and boring, and turn it into a completely
customized piece is so much fun. Whether it’s a dress that needs some added
lace or a flea market find that you can maneuver into a cool lighting piece- it’s
all about creativity!!
project that didn’t require stripping paint, sanding, or cleaning before the fun design process can begin.
the lines of this:
have read some tutorials before diving in, but 9 times out of 10 (Ok, maybe 7
out of 10) I can figure it out on my own.
exactly ideal when you’re living with a boy…
We kept the Varnish to a minimum to maintain a more rustic look, while still
providing a protective layer to prevent wear and tear.
the wood before staining, even if it is raw wood you are working with. This
will ensure your surface is clean, even, and ready to go!)
easier for my husband/handy-man to attach than we had originally thought.
has a great selection to choose from and adds new styles often. If you’re
working with a piece that has 4 or fewer knobs, this might be a great option
for you. Twelve knobs, on the other hand, could get a bit pricy at over ten
dollars per knob.
away (yikes!) I made the trip anyways in hopes of finding the perfect style at
a better price. Luckily, I was more than pleased with the selection of great colors and styles that they offer.
beautiful grey fabric. After the painting disaster, I tried a few rehab attempts with more paint, sanding down areas, and lots of frustrated hours wondering what direction I wanted to take it.
sigh of relief and finally check this
project off my list!