I stared at that wooden magazine holder for a while. It was solid, thick wood and very well made. It could be something. It could have a new life doing something grander than storing old magazines.
I looked skeptically at the tiny pot of paint in my hand. It was smaller than an single-serving yogurt — almost the size of a teeny jar of jam on a hotel room service tray. How was I going to paint anything more than… Continue Reading “Table makeover with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint”
One of my Secondhand Secrets of Success (wouldn’t that be a cool book?) is that a LAMP is one of the most awesome finds at a yard sale or flea market. Yup, lamps. Old ones, in particular. (But not antiques because $$$) They’re strong… Continue Reading “Refreshing a $1 lamp with chalk paint”