This week is going to be a busy one,the countdown is on to the sale.I am transforming our garage into a shop.
I will be sharing photos soon so you can get a sneak peak at how it looks and what will be at the sale.
Because I have a busy week and I did not have any planned or scheduled posts,I thought I would share a post from a year ago when I painted my staircase.
Besides painting my kitchen cabinets,this is one of the best decisions I have made.
Love how nice and bright it is in our living room,no more orange stain,yay!
We have been in our home for seven years.And since that time the stain on my stairs has changed from a warm glow to orange.
If I could have done it all over again I would have never stained my stairs but had them painted white.
Lately I have had the itch to paint them and so I did.
I asked my husband if he would mind if I painted the stairs.
Yes I know a silly question right! I knew he would be find with it but I wanted to ask anyway.
I decided to use Annie Sloan chalk paint in pure white.
The same color I painted my cabinets HERE
Since my wall color is a warm white it makes a nice contrast between the bright white and warm white.
I love how this has brightened up this room!
Yes I know my walls are already white but it does look more pulled together now with the rails white.
I still have a few wood pieces in this room which adds a bit of warmth.
No photos were taken just before I started to paint but I have something even better.A little glimpse of what this room looked like a few years ago.
Are you ready to see the before?
Click HERE if you dare!
Pretty amazing transformation don’t you think!
That pretty bunting is a recent find at Tattered-tiques.
I wanted to add just a bit of color in here so I added that bunting and a few other recent finds!
I recently visited one of my favorite antique shops.
One of the dealers there always has the coolest treasures.
On the shelf is a pair of vintage corbels and a bird cage that I bought from her.
Love that chippy patina…and that pop of color from the birdcage and dried roses.
Another treasure I found in her booth is this chippy ceiling tin.
It has yellow and a bit of green which works perfectly with my hydrangeas.
In my ironstone pitcher I added a bouquet of cotton.A recent Decor Steals find!
Aren’t these pretty!I am in love with the neutral colors and texture of this cotton bouquet!
You know how much I love those old wood farm tables.
Well on Friday my daughter and I went out shopping at a few garage sales and I came home with a new treasure!
I just finished it up and I will be sharing it tomorrow!