Some Sunday inspirational finds I came across this morning. Oh how I wish I had the room to store these guys until I could sell them.This chest needs a little sanding and staining. That’s all to restore it back to its original shine. The top tray could be lined with a colorful liner to give it a surprising personality when it’s open.I could see these chairs in a funky fun color maybe a mint, turquoise or coral. With a graphic or floral print for the cushions. Because it’s two chairs available I’d place them in either end of a dining table. Remember, not all your chairs need to match.I can picture this cabinet in a huge bathroom. The paint I’d swap out for white. Replace the hardware and the top doors with an etched glass door. Here’s an example of the etched glass. Happy Sunday everyone! Like my page on Facebook.com/kolarosedesigns
My new D.I.Y adventure around my house was fixing up this old cabinet and bringing it back to new. For years and years I’ve been looking at this (see below) for the longest time. And I’ve never had time to get around to it. Until recently, I was determined to get to it before I went on vacation to viva Las Vegas!!
Sanded to the bare…
And here’s my finished product!!
And there we have it a new look to my old cabinet. Tell me your thoughts. What projects do you have in progress? Looking forward to another beauty I plan to begin this week. Keep in touch to see what will come up next!
Enjoy your relaxing Sunday!!
Designed by Steven Gambrel, he transformed this beautiful Bronxville, New York home library (see below) into a lavish retreat. However, some of us may not have the same deep pockets to design such a lavish room.
The first place where you can start that’s the cheapest way is to freshen up your space is with a new coat of paint. It breaths life back into the room! Next accessories. As mentioned before in one of my old post just take something from another room. But make sure it serves a purpose while bringing function and style. It doesn’t makes sense to bring clutter into the new space. Check out your local antique, thrift, tag stores and let’s not forget the flea market. These places can be gold mines! What’s old is now new and what’s new is now being reproduced for 2x the price of what you just paid for in these places. You can also check out online sites such as E-bay, Etsy, Craigslist and E-bay Classifieds (formerly known as Kijiji).
Not everything you want to decorate has to be expensive. If you’re willing to put in a little elbow grease and research you’ll be well on your way with a new space transformed.
How would you transform your space? Where would you start? What would you keep or throw away? Send me your pictures and maybe I’ll post them.
Photo: Elle Decor
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