I have a thing for lighting. It seems every time I go antiquing, thrifting, or on Pinterest, I’m drawn to the chandeliers. Especially affordable farmhouse style chandeliers. And since my breakfast area chandelier has turned out to be kind of a fire hazard, I’m definitely looking.
Unless your house comes with a money tree (and if so, I want to know where you live), you’ve probably figured out that adding decor can get pretty pricey. But..it doesn’t have to kill the budget.
If you’ve priced new furniture lately, it can be a little overwhelming. However, if you’re willing to invest a little time and effort, you can give that old dresser or Grandma’s vintage buffet a new life. I put together a beginner’s top 10 list of supplies for painting furniture.
When someone gives you something for free, you take it and run! Example: Question: “Goodwill, or do you want it?” Answer: “Umm, yes please!” And this is the story of the tiny little table makeover.
Our laundry room sits in the middle of the house upstairs with virtually no light. It’s a decent size – I wouldn’t do cartwheels in there, but it’s perfectly functional. A while ago I decided if I was going to spend so much time in there, then it should at least be pretty!