Check out today’s blog post to see some of our favorite blogger creations from January!
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street took an old, discarded dresser and repurposed it into this amazing ombre media cabinet in Liquorice!
Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street used Midnight Sky and Tough Coat to give this buffet a new, modernized look to suit her decor!
With a little bit of Dark Roast and Simplicity, Stephanie from The Silly Pearl turned a simple, inexpensive mid-century clock into a stylish masterpiece!
This gorgeous cabinet was refurbished by Cait from Little City Farmhouse with Vanilla Frosting, Natural Wax, and Willow antiquing dust. Isn’t it pretty?!
Heidi from Lily Field Furniture used layers of Cobblestone and Coastal Fog to bring out the old chippy texture of this antique window frame!
Julie from Salvage Sisters & Co. transformed this stunning, masculine tall boy with Midnight Sky and both natural and antiquing wax. Isn’t it fantastic?!
With a little bit of paint and a stencil, Stephanie from The Silly Pearl turned an outdated spice rack into a fun storage space for her nail polish! She used Midnight Sky, Pebble Beach, Luscious Lime, Creme Brulee, and Natural Wax for this project.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse gave these metal bunk beds a whole new look with Hurricane and Natural Wax. Now they’re ready for an adorable little boy’s room!
Lee Ann from Creative Moments chose our limited edition color, Wanderess with Antiquing Wax to renew the beauty of this coffee table!
Angie from The Painted Piano had her own custom color mixed up specially to transform a dresser into this stunningly unique bathroom vanity!
Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street transformed this beautiful nightstand with just a bit of Liquorice! Keep reading to find out how she did it.