I love using milk paint to update vintage furniture. One of my favorite projects was redoing this amazing Armoire. Today I am excited to share my latest DIY milk paint project.
It’s a new month and I have a new theme.
The theme for March is Remodel and Renovate and I am starting out the month with a cabinet I redid with milk paint! I love using milk paint to paint vintage furniture. You paint it on and it flakes off and looks so original! Every time I use milk paint, I absolutely love the end result.
It looks like I might have figured out my next project! I am so excited that we have plans to remodel our beach house!
This year we are starting a remodel of our beach house in Ventura. We have been thinking about this for a while and I think we have figured out what we want to do. I can’t wait to share the plans with you. It’s going to take a while to get through the planning stages but we are all very excited. I just hope the structural engineer and coastal commission agree with us!
Most of you remember I took a dream trip to the HGTV HOME® by Sherwin-Williams Simply Blissful Color Collection back in early December. It was a quick but memorable trip to Hilton Head and we toured the home with the very talented designer @bpatrickflynn. I was so impressed by how he incorporated the Sherwin-Williams Simply Blissful Color Collection into the remodel. Every room was gorgeous!
Today I am sharing my greatest accomplishment in 2019. There is no doubt It was the renovation of our Waco Fixer Upper home.
I have finally started looking back at 2019. I can’t believe the year is almost over and it is already New Year’s Eve. Today I have joined some other bloggers and we are sharing our greatest accomplishment for 2019. (Be sure and head to the end of this blog post to see all of their amazing accomplishments this year.) I had no trouble choosing my biggest accomplishment for 2019. It has to be the remodel of our Waco fixer upper home.
I absolutely love the farmhouse sink and faucet I found for our Fixer upper home in Waco.
Note: This blog post was created in partnership with Elkay.
Many months ago when I was designing our kitchen for the Waco home, I knew I wanted two things. These two items were a vintage island and a large white farmhouse sink. As you can see from the photo above, I got exactly what I wanted.