Do you love Joanna & Chip Gaines from Magnolia Market on HGTV's Fixer Upper Show as much as I do?.
I'm an avid follower of both the show, and Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas. So, I've been itching to try out some ideas on some of our smallest rooms. Now that I have a break from my workshops for a month, I'm doing just that.
With a combination of charity shop finds, some things I already had, and a few pieces from KMart, this little makeover on our laundry room was done in 24 hours and cost just $97.50! Oh and I painted the shelf in Upcycled & Co. Furniture Paint in White a few months ago.
If you've been following Upcycled & Co. for a while you'll know that my whole philosophy with the business is about bringing you QUICK, EASY + AFFORDABLE products and services. For my redecorating projects, I adopt the same principle.
Next year we plan on some bigger changes in our home so for now I just wanted to try out a few little ideas to freshen things up a bit.
Starting with the laundry room...
Bookshelf $5 charity shop find painted in Upcycled & Co. Furniture Paint in White and distressed.
Handtowels $4 each from KMart.
Metal Tray $18 as part of a set from Le Monde in Parnell.
Brown Glass Bottle $1.50 from KMart.
Glass Vase $3 from KMart.
Agee Jars $4 charity shop find.
Black Baskets $6 each from KMart.
Terracotta Pot $6.
Only Good Handwash $6.
Cane Baskets $20.
After a little hunting and gathering out and about, and at home, I managed to pull together a far more interesting space, and I had loads of fun in the process.
Remember to make time for your creativity these holidays.
Hi I'm Kathryn,
You're going to love how QUICK, EASY + AFFORDABLE it is to transform your furniture. With
Upcycled & Co. Furniture Paint, a 3-in-1 that primes, paints and seals (it's not chalk paint) you won't need to sand, prime, wax or seal - just paint and you're done.
I'm super-passionate about sharing what I know, about furniture painting and business.
If you'd love to start a creative business I can help with that too.