Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!

Love this. Romantic bedroom. Would be fun to find an old door and use it as a head board for guest room

Dresser makeover. Embossed wallpaper!!! Why didn't *I* think of that???

Beauty and the Green: Drab To Fab - Old Dresser Makeover

Before and After - Headboard Bench This one is done with a wooden seat, but could easily be done with a cushioned seat.

The Next Fifty Years: Ugly Headboard to Funky Bench Makeover

Plywood base and glass mosaic. Good idea for fixing the patio table and probably cheaper than having to buy a new glass.

DIY Tile Outdoor Table - Centsational Girl

Outdoor Furniture using Pallets home yard decorate patio diy deck home ideas pallet outdoor furniture home projects

Outdoor Furniture using Pallets

could make doggy stairs using this idea too.....Garden craft ideas

Garden craft ideas |

diy hot air balloons

LUCKY ARROW: birthday party + Pinterest

Dresser chest drawers repurposed into hanging wooden planters or storage; Upcycle, Recycle, Salvage, diy, thrift, flea, repurpose! For vintage ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL

DIY Nautical Towel Holder. Again would be awesome at the lake cabin if that wasn't a lost cause

DIY Nautical Towel Holder - H20 Bungalow

Tin Ceiling Tile look alike! DIY end table redo! Treasured Rubbish: Tin ceiling tile End Table

A pair of reclaimed old doors add a tremendous visual weight  to this dreamy bedroom. The airy bedroom is enhanced by plenty of natural light and  white painted walls. Also into the room can be found other vintage elements starting with the sparkling chandelier

Add lighting without wall damage. And when you move, it goes along too! love!!!!! put nightstands infront of the panels! @Kate Mazur F. Townley

rustic nautical driftwood anchor wall art - shabby chic beach cottage - home decor - beach shack wall art

STAINED GLASS CAKE STAND First, I placed 2 tubs (1500 beads each) of cheap, plastic, transparent pony beads in an ungreased 12" metal cake pan. Then, I baked the beads at 425 degrees for 30-40 minutes...until all the beads had completely melted. I let this cool in the pan for about 20 minutes, then popped it out of the pan (it came right out...really!) Next, I glued it onto a dollar store candle stick with E6000 glue. Presto! Cheap, easy, one-of-a-kind cake stand!

Made one of these for Ashley's teacher to thank her for a great year in first grade! Turned out so cute!

I love this table, it goes to show you don't have to use a standard table next to your bed. This has impact