Entryway Etagere

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Angelica of Once Again Irene needed the perfect piece of furniture to fit in her small entryway.  When this etagere showed up on Freecycle, she new she’d found a match.   To give the otherwise modest piece of furniture a little more visual weight, Angelica painted it a dark, charcoal gray.  She added some hooks {…Read More…}

Vintage Suitcase is Pretty in Pink

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Over at Pretty Providence, Sarah has a collection of vintage suitcases down in her cellar, which she scored at yard sales over time. One day she got brave enough to take on an old ugly suitcase and make it something beautiful. Sarah wasn’t quite brave enough to take on a spooky cellar though, so her husband saved the day and brought up the suitcase. That’s what husbands are for, am I right?

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Mad Men Inspired Dresser Makeover

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At Refunk My Junk, Alli wasn’t so sure about the heavy-duty dresser with an wheat motif…..but it’s hard to turn down free stuff! It sat in her garage for a few months until some inspiration came in the way of Don Draper and Company.

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Porch Lanterns Refabbed

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Over at Little Brags, Christine has been giving her back porch a makeover. She had these two huge brown lanterns to use, but had grown tired of their brown color.

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Old Fence Slats to Chic Flower Trough

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Recently at one of my other blogs, Infarrantly Creative, I shared a project I made from these old wood fence slats I inherited from my neighbor.

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Outside Art from Old Gate

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Over at Creatively Living, Katie wanted to add some statement art to the outside wall of her house, and she found the perfect source for free art material. “Craigslist is full of free things every day!” Katie shares. That’s where she found this old, free gate.

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New Fabric Revives Antique Outdoor Furniture

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At Our Southern Home, Christy had an old set of antique iron furniture she’d purchased fifteen years ago from an ad in the newspaper. “These chairs have been sitting in the loft of our barn for over ten years!” Christy confessed.

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Checkerboard Pattern Gives Deck a New Dimension

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Nicki blogs over at Sweet Parrish Place. After having her husband power wash the deck for the summer season, Nicki decided it was still a little too ho-hum for her taste.

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