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Posts tagged ‘Master Bedroom’

Trailer Reno | Nightstand make-over

Having completed the trailer bathroom, it was time to tackle the bedroom. I was determined to use the brand new, but uuuuuugly nightstands. It is amazing what can be done with a vision, some paint, a vintage handle and a box of old wooden shims (see also my sidetable post using the same old shims). Looking at the before and after shots I am pleased…

By: Liesbeth Read more

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Chair Transformation DIY

Hooray! Summer is here! Personally, summer is a time when I’m really gung-ho to tackle a lot of projects. Perhaps it’s because I’ve been awoken from a sluggish hibernation, perhaps it’s the expansion of workspace, or maybe it’s that extra injection of Vitamin D. Whatever it is, I’m eager to create and transform. In searching for some fun, new projects, I came across the inspiring blog Simply Beautiful Now. With an eye for the quirky and a need for more seating, I was drawn to Carol’s DIY chair transformation. Now it’s off to the thrift store with me!

Submitted by: Carol  Read more

DIY Pineapple Art

I recently painted our master bedroom a new colour (from blue to dark grey) and was in need of something fresh for the wall. With a limited (okay, non-existent) budget for artwork, I had to get creative and come up with something using what I already had on hand.

And so, I give you my hand-painted pineapple art.

By: Kimberly Read more

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