As many of you know, I love a good makeover project! Especially if the makeover involves taking an old beat up piece and turning it into something beautiful and functional. This is exactly what I set out to do with this old sewing desk that I picked up at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore, for only $40! I decided to glam up the piece with some
One of the good things about moving in with a significant other is – all of the doubles in furniture, especially if you are a DIYer and furniture hoader like myself 😉 Instead of giving away, throwing out or selling this old, plain black coffee table as it was, I decided to refurbish it, and make more money on it than we would have initially.
Working with pallets has become a new obsession over the past couple of years. When my father isn’t bringing some home from his work, I am keeping my eye out for free ones. Anyway, they are great cheap ways to use wood, as long as you clean and treat them properly. I use heat-treated pallets that never carry food, and I power wash and paint/stain/seal