At Divine Lifestyle, Stacie demonstrates just how fun and easy it can be to add a trendy ombre effect to your home. It's a perfect decorating technique for summer, since, as Stacie explains, "Ombre colored pieces give a water color effect, where the color starts off light and trickles down to a bolder hue." Her ombre project started with a dresser that was rescued from the curb.
Christine blogs at Must Love Home. She tells us, "This cabinet began as an island in the kitchen of my first home." No longer needing it in her kitchen, the solid wood cabinet had sat outside on Christine's porch, until inspiration struck one day in the form of a Pottery Barn catalog.
"One of the perks of being in a construction-related business is that you can claim any discards from job-sites that might be re-purposed," Marty tells us at Marty's Musings. That's exactly how this old set of shutter-like closet doors came into her possession. Marty has a great imagination. When she looked at the doors, she could see a headboard!
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