I saw a window project at Cracker Barrel and literally found the perfect window at a ReStore for a dollar two days later. The knobs were 50% off at the craft store. It makes a great wedding photo display hat rack.
Welcome to another great week of Talk of the Town! We’re happy to have you visit and link up. I hope you enjoy this week’s features.
After months of feeling like this former floor lamp was mocking me, I finally figured out what it wanted to be! A Welcome Porch Post! Lots of tips and tricks that I learned along the way, including how NOT to mix up homemade chalk paint. Yikes!
How to use scrap wood to make these easy 2×4 Valentine blocks to decorate your mantel or table. Chalk Couture completes the look, but you could easily use your own stencil or paint pens.
Welcome back to a new week of Talk of the Town! Thanks again for bringing over your beautiful projects and recipes last week! Here are a few highlights from the last party. But first, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! Knick of Time’s Favorite Projects of 2019…
I have the easiest antique chest of drawers paint makeover ever! Seriously, this was so easy. I did have to make a few repairs, but this gal was in sad shape. But when it’s free, I don’t say no. I hope you love her great neutral color. I think she’s going to find a home really quickly. I’d love to keep her, but no room, and no need for her.
This month’s Thrift Store Decor project is a farmhouse perpetual calendar makeover. Using Chalk Couture transfers really makes this calendar so charming. If you’re handy enough to paint go for it! Tips for painting with homemade chalk paint and tips for distressing the already painted numbers and pegs.
Did you miss Talk of the Town? We took some time off to enjoy the holidays, but we’re back. We can’t wait to see what you’re working on for the new year.
How to make easy farmhouse shutters for your home, she shed, or outbuilding. Step by step directions on assembling and installing wooden shutters. This is a great weekend project to update the look of any building.
This is the post you’ve been waiting for all year! The numbers are in, and I’m sharing the top posts of the past year. In addition, I’ve also collected the most popular projects from 2019. The best thing about repurposed furniture? It’s timeless. It’s not going out of style anytime soon.
Cheap & Easy! That’s what I love! 🙂 Today’s project is both of those. A plain door mat from Home Depot for less than $5 is easily customized with spray paint-even in the dead of winter. I love this color, and it really dresses up this plain rug.
Christmas is right around the corner, so be sure to take advantage of these great diy projects and recipes this week! So many great ideas to inspire you from our Talk of the Town 205!!