Keep it cozy and warm with our Farmhouse board. This board is here for everything that gives you the farmhouse feels - from furniture to decor. Wow us with your…
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I did a happy dance when I found this antique milk can at the thrift store a few months ago. I don’t normally find nice vintage goodies like this. Although this might be a replica vintage milk jug, I was still thrilled to find it. Don’t hate me friends, but I decided to change the farmhouse style of it to a more modern vibe with this milk can makeover with a copper finish.
Check out the three best paint sprayers for furniture and cabinets. These sprayers come highly and personally recommended. I’ve noticed over the past few years that the trends in painted furniture have shifted from the old “chalk painted furniture and milk paint furniture” to smooth, sleek painted furniture. Unlike painting with chalk and milk paint, the smooth look is more than likely achieved with a paint sprayer.
Have you ever found yourself looking for the perfect “piece” to fit a certain area in your home with no luck? This is how my search for a table centerpiece went until I landed on a great find at an antique market called “Vintage Market Days.” To my surprise, it wasn’t a shiny, silver or gold antique, but an old and dirty piece of wood called a SUGAR MOLD.
Faux stone planters are all the rave these days. No one wants a pretty and clean looking new planter anymore. We want that aged patina and worn weathered look, right? This poses a problem if you don’t want to spend a lot (whew those aged pots can be pricey). Also, I haven’t seen many stone hanging planters. That’s when I decided to make my new hanging plastic pot look old with a DIY faux stone effect with spackling paste. Let me show you!