French Country Chandelier with Boho Flair

Trying to find affordable light fixtures on a budget can be challenging. Join us today as we share how you can transform an old brass fixture into a beautiful french country chandelier with boho flair under $30. Supplies Needed -Rust-Oleum Metal Primer (approx $4.30)-Rust-Oleum French Cream (approx $6.00)-Chip Brush ($1.28)-Craft Paint: colors of your choice (approx $1 each)-Package Assorted Size Wooden Beads ($15.99)This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. As an Amazon affiliate we earn from qualifying purchases. See our disclosure for details. Tap to watch the video tutorial below. Previous Next To see more highlights from this bedroom makeover click…


Upcycle | Vintage Door Plates into Christmas Ornaments

Pinterest Facebook Email There is a big trend in decorating right now to make things look old and distressed. To get this look a little easier, why use some vintage elements and incorporate into your home decor. Decorating with architectural salvage is a great way to add character and vintage charm into your home. A few days ago I was thinking about making some ornaments for my Christmas tree using my grandma's vintage costume jewelry.  As I thought about how I would put it all together, inspiration hit! I remembered I had some vintage door plates.I love incorporating vintage items into my…

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Adding Coastal Style to an Orb Chandelier

Hey Guys, we’ve been busy finishing up our projects for the master bedroom. Today we are sharing how we updated a chandelier that we found on Facebook Marketplace. But, before we dive into that, a special shout out and welcome to all of our new followers this week. We love new friends , please give us a Hi in our comment section and be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter so you don’t miss any of our latest projects. We always love to share what we have been working on during the week.I don't know about you, but do…

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How to Repair Light Fixture Ceiling Hole

All the credit for this brilliant method of repairing a hole from a light fixture hole goes to my hubby, Steve. Four years ago, when we moved into our fixer upper, we relocated a lot of lights. This method was so helpful in patching the hole and getting it to blend into the textured ceiling.  The supplies needed: 1- Drywall screws  2- Drill with screw driver  3- Scrap of wood 4- Scrap of drywall (for ours, we kept the dry wall circle cut out for the new light fixture placement) 5- Drywall mud 6- Drywall knifes (small for scooping out the…