Upcycling vintage light fixtures for the garden | Flea Market Gardening
We all have seen these old out of date light fixtures,..mostly in thrift shops and at yard sales. Now you can see what can be done with them by these creative folks!
DIY: We have outdated hardware all throughout our home since our house was built in the mid 90's. We are on a budget, so a handy friend of mine told me to spray paint everything. The guy at Home Depot recommended this spray paint, and to use steel wool on the metal to help with saturation. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up with wear and tear, but for now I'm impressed!
Hi Friends ~ The hubs and I spent the whole weekend working on the flooring in the house and have finally made it out of the bedrooms and in...
Kitchen Remodel - Painting Cabinets
Last summer, we decided to paint our kitchen cabinets which led to painting and re-building our entertainment center , painting our bu...
Door Knob Makeover
I know door knobs aren't usually at the top of your "to buy" list, and frankly you probably don't even notice the ones you have after about a month of living somewhere... but in essence they REALLY can make a dramatic "fresh & new" impression! I have always been a fan of the curly scroll…
Spray Paint Door Knobs?? YES YOU CAN!! So easy, you won't believe it!
I've been wondering if it was really possible to Spray Paint Door Knobs. Well, I am happy to report YES YOU CAN! VERY easy to do and cheap too!!
How To Update Builder Brass Light Fixtures On The Cheap
A couple weeks ago I took our master bathroom light fixtures from brassy to classy for mere pennies. If you've ever wondered how to update ...
How To Update Old Brass Doorknobs With Spray Paint
Ever since we first moved in to our 1970's fixer upper, I've wanted to replace the outdated brass doorknobs that graced every single door...
Painted chandelier: "After snagging an ugly brass chandelier at a yard sale for a dollar, Laine Chambers sprayed it with two coats of metal primer followed by another two coats of bright red spray paint." Lots of inexpensive light fixtures at big box stores - not to mention fans! - that could be painted this way. How about painting light fixtures coral? or cobalt? turquoise? pale green...?
Change out your builder grade brass shower trim using Rustoleum's Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint ... what would cost you $800 to replace, will only cost you $5 to paint. Holds up well with the water because it is indoor/outdoor paint.