We finally wrapped up the camper renovation! Well actually I still have a few things to do like find a light fixture for the kitchen but overall its DONE. AND now I've decided to start the complete blog series on the entire renovation journey. I've shared the before pictures now I want to show you what it looked like once "demo day" was complete.Read More
Painted Kitchen Cabinets PART 3. If you missed the first two parts of the series you can find them here PART 1- CLICK HERE, PART 2- CLICK HERE. You will find all the prep, materials, and painting process in those two post. This part is all about the little finishing touches we added to our builder basic kitchen, to make it look more custom, in addition to painting the cabinets. I will also be wrapping up this series next with a final reveal of the kitchen.Read More
Painted Kitchen Cabinets PART 2. If you missed part 1 you can catch up by CLICKING HERE. That is where you will find all the material and prep information. But before we get to spraying, let me tell y'all why this is a "budget friendly" makeover. As mentioned before I never loved the color of our cabinets and I wanted them painted since day 1. I actually had my painter quote doing them for me.... and it was going to be $4k. Yeah that didn't sound very budget friendly to me. So I decided to go the DIY route. However, I did not want a DIY look. I wanted my cabinets to look like factory finished cabinets. And although the process I'm getting ready to tell you may seem extensive and maybe even a little over kill- my cabinets look factory finished...
Bet you guys thought the "How I painted my kitchen cabinets series" was never going to come. Didn't ya? How long ago did I paint them?! A little over two months ago. Well I guess that gives me a great opportunity to add a post about how they are holding up and my opinion on painting cabinets. But todays post is all about the materials and the prep. I decided to break the whole kitchen cabinet painting process into a series. Because if not it would have been one REALLY LONG post. And I wanted to throughly explain each step, educating you on why I did it the way I did, and why I choose the products I did...Read More
I have been using chicken feeders in my home decor since the very beginning. I actually sale them in my vintage and antique traveling store. I love the industrial yet farmhouse charm they add to a space. Down the center of farmhouse tables, in a window, on mantels, pretty much anywhere you can find a place for them. But this spring I introduced a new use for them- HANGING PLANTERS...Read More