Embossed Damask Stenciled Dresser
This amazing embossed, damask stenciled dresser was created by Natalie from A Ray of Sunlight with Texture Powder, Dark Roast, and Sunday Tea. Come find out how easy it is to turn a simple piece of furniture into a shabby chic beauty!
Colorful Children’s Furniture
Cait from Little City Farmhouse gave this set of children’s furniture a colorful makeover with Clear Bonding Primer, Bliss, Crinoline, and Bee’s Knees, all sealed with Clear Coat!
A Simple Laminate Desk Gets a Farmhouse Makeover!
Do you have a piece of laminate furniture that you’d like to paint? Cait from Little City Farmhouse has some great tips on how to achieve a durable finish! She beautified this desk with Vanilla Frosting, Hula Hoop, Liquorice, and Tough Coat.
Vintage Spice Cabinet Makeover
With a little bit of paint and a stencil, Stephanie from The Silly Pearl turned an outdated spice rack into a fun storage space for her nail polish!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.
Celebrate the New Year
With this makeover idea by Lisa from Recreated Designs, you’ll be ready to host your next dinner party! She used Chocolate Tart, Smoky Quartz glaze, and Belt Buckle metallic cream to create this Parisian-style serving tray from a dumpster-bound item!
Adding Intrigue to a Simple Dresser
This incredible dresser transformation is the work of Cait from Little City Farmhouse! She used Lazy Linen, Pebble Beach, Rocky Mountain, and Natural Wax to give it new life.
The ART in Camouflage
Have you ever tackled a tricky project with water damage, stains, or imperfections? Come find out how Kim from The Painted Poppy Studio persevered with this sewing table in Liquorice and turned blemishes into beauty!