I live in a studio, and although I thought this tutorial was brilliant, any coffee table that sturdy would be waaayy too big as an ottoman. I am definitely going to try this out with a sturdy, end table instead! Thanks for the idea!
Your before and afters are great inspirations for my trash finds I fix up thank you. I love each piece but never thought about turning hubcaps into flowers, I may keep my eyes open for some hubcaps now!
Yes! It's a fun project to do, and you can keep the cost really low by using what you have.
AMAZEing!! I am totally blown away by your creativity and the sheer volume of your before and afters. You are one busy DIYer. Well, you have a new follower in me!
I'm blown away. I love all of your projects. You are so creative. Seriously, very impressed!Kelsey @ White Cottage Boutique
Love your blog the furniture is amazing. Would like to know if you could tell me what type of paint you use. I have tons of furniture to start working on.
First of all, thank you! About paint, I use different types on different pieces. In each post I usually say which type (milk paint, latex, chalk paint, stain, etc.), but I would check out the "How I paint furniture" tab at the top of my blog, and in that post I go over all the details!
Wow! Such Fantastic Transformations!
Found your blog via Centsational Girl. You have done some great furniture re-dos.
Very nice! How did you get the white dresser with the textured top of leaves/flowers? Gorgeous!Clair
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