It's not Monday so I hope Curbly doesn't ground me, but I just HAVE to share this makeover with you. Why the hurry, you ask? Because on Tuesday I read a comment left on a big important design blog in which a disgruntled commenter got his undies in a bunch over not being privy to the writer's step by step re-do process. To soothe some unnecessary DIY angst, I hope he finds his way to this very thorough tutorial by Mrs. Adventure.
I dunno. Maybe it's me, but it seems like I've come across a lot of makeover misses or 'not quite rights' these days. What do you think?
Remember the purple chandelier from awhile back? The color has popped up again in this dressing table makeover. The makeover-er, Lia, guessed the deco-style piece had been used in a salon as its drawers were badly stained
Not much needs to be said about this dresser turned bath vanity project, except that it epitomizes secondhand chic!
Coming across a decent dresser at a thrift shop is always a delight. The logistics of lugging it home and the time involved in 'flipping' are another story. Kristen, of Kristen F. Davis Designs in Atlanta obviously has worked out those details. Last week Design Sponge posted a Before and After of Kristen's jazzed up dresser project.
Good choice! For $75.00 each, two outdated, chipped Bombay chests were converted into updated, reflective silver leaf stunners. This silver leafing process is not nearly as intimidating as it looks. See step by step how Jenny at Little Green Notebook de-frumped her bargain Bombays and turned them into glamorous showpieces
Ikea's Rast dresser/side table/nightstand is a solid wood gem at only $39.99 USD. Lindsay from Penny People upped its knotty pine finish up a whole heap of notches with this simple update. This is what Ikea Hacks are all about...or, in this case, a thorough un-Ikea-ing.
"I was flipping through my latest issue of Style at Home Magazine last week I came across a set of side tables that were PERFECT for our bedroom. It had a little hint of glam...