After spotting a pair of cute Labrador bookends at Pottery Barn Teen , blogger Liz determined to make her personal for a fraction of the associated fee using plastic elephants from the dollar bin at Michael’s. All she needed to pull off the cute accessories for her children’ playroom was a few blocks of wooden, teal spray paint, and a few wood glue.
Hey! I am in California. That first photograph seems familiar for those who substitute spinning and weaving tools. And the clear plastic bins of roving needing to be spun. Then the balls of yarn and knitting needles for the time when I lastly understand knitting instructions. When’s that? Voted up and everything else for bustin’ my intestine laughing!!!
No cash or time to alter current cabinets? Change the knobs. If they are gold, attempt silver. When you have stainless steel appliances, give nickel a try. Experiment with one cabinet until you choose the look you need. This solely takes a couple of minutes and the new look can be a dramatic change. And the very best is, if you do not like it, you can change it once more.
DIY wall artwork could be as simple and as quick to make because the artwork piece proven here. Take one ceiling medallion (the type meant to go on the ceiling and surround the bottom of a lamp or ceiling fan), spray it bright pink and tape some colourful art from a favorite music CD inside the middle. That is all that’s required to make this eye-popping DIY wall art.
Instead of placing the pattern shade on a wall, we advise you completely cowl a large piece of white foamcore board or posterboard with paint and look at it elsewhere in your room. If you are painting several rooms or want to make an accent wall a unique color or hue, it’s also possible to paint one other board with the completely different color and move them from wall to wall or even room to room and see which placement seems to be greatest.