I made this pine bench with 2×12 and 2×4 pine boards. I sanded and stained the bench to a smooth finish. The “Home Sweet Home” was painted using red chalk paint and a stencil.
Built a bench for the sitting room with teal chalk paint. It replaced an ottoman that didn’t match the vibe in the room at all.
Got my placemats today! Just wanted to share my country dinning room! The rug and curtains were from a previous purchase.
Shutter made from reclaimed wood, painted in sea green with a charcoal gray distress. Antique white knob plate with crystal knob and metal bird embellishment on top right corner. I made this to hang my birch rings from in a display to take to craft shows. Unpainted: Painted in a chalk green
One of the biggest trends in decorating, especially in country home decorating, is distressed furniture. It’s no wonder why the trend has become so popular in recent years. Distressed furniture brings character and comfort to rooms that could otherwise feel uncomfortable and unlived in. There is no question that you should incorporate the distressed trend into your home, but how? Here are some things to consider. Choose a focus item for each room Shopping for redecorating rooms can easily get…