Dresser Revival: Making New Out Of Aged

Many of my posts revolve around bringing back life to vintage, aged, or roughed-up furniture. Not only can it be a money-saver, it also gives you a chance to create something beautiful and unique. Some of my favorite revivals revolve around dressers. Some get made into new dressers, others get made into entertainment centers or […]

Vintage Christmas Decorations

Christmas is around the corner, and of course I have some exciting crafts going on…anything from sugar cookies to my vintage Christmas decorations. Here are some great vintage Christmas ideas that have inspired me this Christmas season! Whether you think they’re creepy or cute, you can find some great vintage Christmas décor at your salvage […]

Vintage Chair: Tutorial On Painting Upholstery Fabric

Edit: Old blog owner, Jean, did not want me to use her image on here so I switched to another one done by an amazing blogger. Check it out. 🙂 Hey everyone! Very excited about today’s project. Today I’m going to break down how to totally transform vintage chairs by painting the upholstery. Before: After: […]

Vintage Dresser: 6 Easy Steps To Upcycling Old Dressers

Upcycle an old dresser into something new. Save lots of money by buying old furniture and remaking it into something more unique and stylish. Here are 6 quick steps for upcycling old furniture: Find different knobs that fit the theme of your room, and fix any major flaws such as uneven legs or broken drawers. […]

Salvaged Junk Wreaths

Fun with “junk”. I love these interesting ideas for wreaths during any season really. (Photo Credit: http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2010/12/when-non-crafting-junker-crafts-for.html) I love this rusty metal canning lid wreath from Funky Junk Interiors. It’s great for a rustic or maybe even vintage look. And you can really hang it on a house door or barn door. Great use of […]

What You Need To Know About Removing Wood Finish

You want to be careful about removing wood finish, as you can damage your wood if you use a technique that doesn’t work. Taking off wood finish is key before you can stain or paint that wood. Though the process of removal can differ depending on the finish, many dissolve with denatured alcohol. But if […]