While remodels and renovations are time (and budget) consuming, a simple refresh can be a quick and easy weekend project. By refresh, we’re talking about what a difference a fresh coat of paint can make on walls and doors. Consider re purposing a few items that are collecting dust elsewhere and use them as new decorations. The resident that is the proud owner of this half bath used vintage blue Mason jars, previously table centerpieces at her wedding. Surely you’ve got something sitting around that could use a new life! A bathroom refresh could run you as little as $250, a small price to pay for a seemingly brand new space, right?
Of course, a key component that... Read More
It’s time for a refreshing change from the usual repurposed wood and warehouse lamps today. Rustic style lighting encompasses more than you probably think; it’s not all about a vintage porcelain gooseneck or even high bay fluorescent lights found in horse stables.
This small half bath featured in Better Homes and Gardens features many qualities of a contemporary, yet rustic farmhouse bath. Creamy beige walls paired with bead board wainscoting keep the room light and helps it to appear more spacious. Hexagonal tiles below add a bit of vintage charm seen in older authentic farmhouses. A pop of color is provided with the bright apple green vase, letting it become... Read More