MARKET MONDAY { ETHAN ALLEN CABINET AND CLASSES!}

I had a lot of fun this afternoon with the staff at Vintage Interiors. We are gearing up for a whole lot of fun. We did a Milk Paint Demo and scheduled our first classes. I am so excited to be teaching painting classes starting in March. The first two will be Milk Paint 101. […]

PECAN DINING TABLE AND BUFFET

I’m running a little bit behind on Market Monday. We had no internet for two days. I have some cool stuff to share and I want to introduce to you my friend’s new blog, but I was cross eyed last night and it is going to take some time to get it together. So, that […]

PECAN DINING TABLE

I’ve spent several days over at my friend Stacey’s house helping her over haul her dining room before our church starts spring small groups. She is wonder woman, hosting 3 at a time. Stacey’s dining room was crowded and her furniture was speckled 1970’s pecan. The varnish was worn in several places too. The last […]

ETHAN ALLEN CABINET AND A PEANUT BUTTER JAR

I just finished up this sweet little vintage Ethan Allen Cabinet in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint, kitchen scale. I took it into the store today and did some re arranging. The top on this piece was that really dated maple varnish and had many scratches on it. I stripped it down to its’ beautiful […]

FAUX METAL TOP TABLE

My sweet friend Kennesha over at Restoration House Interiors, used my video tutorial on how to achieve a faux zinc table top. I am so glad someone else tried it out, I have been dying to know if the instructions were clear. I think every table will be different, but you still will achieve the […]

Crackle Textured Finish Using School Glue {Video Tutorial}

Last week I showed you this Ethan Allen Dresser Makeover. I told you that I had a secret ingredient and some of you guessed it, school glue. Can you believe it??!! I know there are a lot of tutorials out there showing you how to crackle with school glue, but this is a tiny bit […]

Ethan Allen Early American Dresser

A few weekends ago I came across this beautiful, Ethan Allen Early American Dresser. It was in pristine condition, solid maple wood and heavy as lead, but it was a little dated. I used Chalk Paint and a secret ingredient that I will share with you on Thursday when I offer you the full tutorial. […]

Faux Zinc {video tutorial}

Oh, boy. Talk about nerves. It’s one thing to hide behind a blog, but it is a whole other thing to video yourself! A few days ago I showed you my faux zinc top coffee table that was inspired by one I saw at Pottery Barn. I put together this little video to show you […]

Faux Zinc Finish { zinc top coffee table}

One of the biggest pieces of furniture that I felt that we were missing in our family room was a coffee table. I recently bought one from a friend for 30.00. I loved the size, I loved the shape and it resembled a coffee table that I found online at Pottery Barn with a light […]