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Blogland Tour

Benjamin Moore Nimbus Gray Bedroom Furniture Makeover by Vintage Charm Restored

And the Blogland Tour Continues... I was asked by a wonderful friend and colleague, Angela of A to Z Custom Creations to join in on the Blogland Tour.  And of course I couldn't say no.  I absolutely love and adore Angela.  Her passion for all that she does shines through in her work and gorgeous smile!! Be sure to click over and share the love!! … {Continue reading…}

Burlap Coffee Sack Curtains & Footboard Valance


Today I am sharing with you a fun little element in my kitchen.  I used a tension rod to hang burlap coffee sack curtains and then upcycled a broken footboard as a valance. All you need is a tension rod, coffee burlap sacks, broken footboard and a smile!! I started by hanging the curtains a few weeks ago... I wanted something there to … {Continue reading…}

Painted Side Table


I hope you all are having a great summer!! It's all about taking in the sun and playing around here. But I do sneak moments of painting in whenever I can!! I want to share with you this perfect little painted Bombay Furniture 2 drawer chest style accent table.  It was a mahogany color before and not really our style.  It's been living in my … {Continue reading…}

Unifying Mismatched Furniture with Paint


Today I have a beautiful set to share with you.  Collected pieces over time and we are unifying mismatched furniture with paint!! Painted in all white to bring it together.  Much like you would a collection of frames or mirrors that didn't match, paint can always tie things together when choosing one simple color. When a follower emailed me … {Continue reading…}

A Mint Darling


I hope you will laugh along with me as I share this painted dresser with you.  Over the past few months I have been a terrible blogger... I am still working away, but trying to find the energy again to get it all done.. I went through a terrible experience with stomach pain, that led to a rash, that led to finding out I had shingles.  For the … {Continue reading…}

Painted French Dresser


Today I am sharing a familiar dresser... When things get moved around in my house they often are up for a makeover.  This little dresser has had a few.  She was one of the first pieces I bought when we moved here to Texas.  Poor thing was in desperate shape in need of lots of love.  I wasn't blogging then but I painted her out the old fashioned way … {Continue reading…}

Keeping it in the Family…


A sweet follower took my painting class a couple years ago and referred her friend to me.  A sweet grandmother wanting to have her mother's antique bedroom furniture set redone for her granddaughters.  I was excited to be a part of that!! And I am so glad that she chose me to keep it in the family.  I loved her and her sweet husband.  And their … {Continue reading…}

Boomer Sooner- Painted Rustic Pine Furniture Cabinet


I was looking at Facebook one night while we were on vacation and saw a friend had posted this rustic pine furniture cabinet for just $50.  And new it was going to become exactly what my husband needed in his office!! So it we got home and he went and picked it up- thinking I was going to paint and sell it!! Now if you are looking for this cabinet, … {Continue reading…}