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Diy, thrifty home decor decorating ideas on a budget. Painting furniture, stenciling projects. Turning trash to treasure.
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|The before, rustic looking and all in great shape|
|Mike truly is No. 1 so I had to let him know it!|
|I painted it with some left over Duck eggs blue CHALK paint.|
|More fresh flowers, they look lovely in our romantic bedroom|
|I lightly distressed it to have the original color show through. Now all I need to do is find Mike a cool little table for the laptop and he is good to go! Simple guy for sure!|
|Not too bad for my first time trying to copy...I do have some tweaking and learning to do. In fact I learned a few new tricks yesterday I can't wait to try sometime.|
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|This is OLD! I believe my FIL said it was for sure over 100 years old. Heavy little guy too!|
|So far so good on my moss ball, I am keeping it alive.|
|This door/window with beveled glass is from the 1800's.|
My husband added the old hardware, and hinges. After he hung it on the wall, I had another thought, and that was to crack it open and have it look like an awning. He bought a rubber door stop,
and there you have it.
|Old, white, and chippy! This is very old hardware my husband found at a restoration place here locally in Charlotte. He also bought old hinged to add so he could hang it this way to the wall with dry anchors.|
|Found this wonderful wire chicken wire basket at TJ Maxx.|
|What would be a romantic bedroom without perfume and pearls.|
|Found this old antique sconce a couple of weeks ago, I just loved the curves and the old mirror in the center.|
|Curtains from World Market. 96 inch, for 39.99. I do have to add a tad of trim to the bottom as they do not quite touch the floor. I will do that soon.|
|How romantic! The Bedding came from Target.|
It is so soft and fluffy. The center pillow came from Marshalls. It was in the Living room, but I thought it was perfect in here. And you know this time I am just not over doing it with pillows. The Bed is a Wesley Allen line. It was the only major splurge. I cut cost by painting our existing furniture to make it look old, and shabby.
|Annie Sloan chalk paint, Cream|
|Worse bunny costume ever!|
|She really did love the Easter bunny!|
|I think the bunny ate her head off after the picture|
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