HOME PROJECTS BLOG POSTS
I'm excited to share with you my first DIY project of the year: How to Frame a Kitchen Window. We actually completed this project last year, but with the hustle and bustle of the holidays, I'm just now getting around to blogging about it, because, you know, life. Framing out your kitchen window (or any window) is a super easy DIY to tackle, even for beginners. We had all supplies we needed on hand except for the poplar boards, so we were able to complete this project for only around $15! Come see how we did it!
With Christmas behind us and the new year upon us, it's time to start thinking about goals for 2018. I'm personally kind of a goal lover. Like a true goal freak. If anything ever consistently makes me cry--it's seeing someone meet her goals. I'm always working on at least a few goals at any one time. But, at this time of year, more than any, I love to set a few goals.
So, I thought I'd take a minute and write down my House Goals for 2018. Come see what I'm going to attempt to accomplish this year!
Today, I'm sharing all about how I scored this oak dining table (for free!) and used chalk paint and wood stain to make it over. I'm also sharing my number one need-to-know tip for getting the best results with chalk paint and the big mistake to avoid when doing a furniture makeover.
If you've ever wanted marble counters, but didn't want to shell out big bucks to get the look or were afraid of the commitment of new counters, then this is the post for you!! Today, I am showing you how I revamped my kitchen island to get this faux marble countertop look--for under $50--without painting!
This kitchen makeover was pretty much not planned at all. But, as sometimes happens in home improvement projects, one thing snowballed into another until I found myself smack dab in the middle of a completely unplanned mini kitchen makeover.