If you want more information about the before and after project you see, click on the photo and it will take you directly to that link. Thanks for looking at my work. This page is always a work in progress.
A Roadside Dresser Turned Into A Mudroom Bench
A $12.00 Sewing Machine Cabinet Into a Drink Station
A drop leaf coffee table makeover for the lake house.
A chalkboard for the Love Bird’s Wedding
$2.00 Suitcases Become Portable Chalkboards
$15.00 Teen Desk Becomes Grown Up Craft Corner
Particle Board French Provincial Makeover
Turning a Cheap Headboard into a Faux Mantle
Repainting two faded chairs and adding some brightness to my side yard.
This Table Makeover really took about 30 minutes of work to do. Yay spray paint.
$2.00 Bookcase that turned into a beauty at Star Hill
A Dropped off End Table Turns Into a Beauty
Bathroom Vanity from Thriftstore wooden dresser with Restoration Hardware Finish.
9 thoughts on “Before and After”
Ridonkulous! We are kindred spirits, so not only am I thanking your follow, I’m following you!
Love your blog! New to Houston and trying to find place to thrift/garage sale/etc…where are your favorite places?
Houston is really big. We live on the North side of town. I use GSALR.com to find local garage sales. I thrift, flea market and resale in Porter/New Caney, Cleveland, Coldspring, and Huntsville. If you are interested in those cities I will be happy to share. I will put a list on my Facebook page. Thank you for reading my blog. I enjoy writing it.
Nice work! Love the colors you chose! That sewing table was an awesome idea! Don’t you just loveeeee painting furniture? Oh, and home decorating. . . LOOOVEE IT! Come by to visit my blog when you get the chance:)
Great transformations, love them
Hey Karen. This is Laura Kovalcik. Every time I click on one of your projects to learn details it says that I’m about to go to an unprotected site?
Not sure why that happens. I have never heard of that before.