My most viewed post this year, and also of all time, is this Muslin Rag Wreath that I did back in April.
Another is the desk that I painted for Hannah, my sister-in-law. We loved how this one turned out and I just today brought home her dresser to do up in the same way. So look for that post in a week, or so.
I experimented with milk paint last January, and this little cabinet was the result. Loved working with it and I hope to use it again this year!
This ottoman that I upholstered in burlap was a bit of a challenge to me, since it was my next step up from recovering chair seats, but I loved how it turned out and am definitely up for another challenge!
I was a little surprised that this coffee table got as much attention as it did, if you haven't seen it yet, you should click over and check out the before on this one.
At the beginning of August I shared a few tips on how I refinish my furniture pieces.
Again, I was surprised at how many pageviews this little dollar tree pumpkin makeover received. I will definitely be putting this little guy out again next fall!
This little vanity was absoulutely one of my favorite pieces I worked on this past year. I was this close to convincing myself that I needed to keep it. However, it found it's home in a girl's shabby chic bedroom.
We finally finished our laundry/utility room this summer. It had been an eyesore long enough! This ruffled curtain is gracing the window on our back door.
And way back last January I shared this china cabinet that I redid. I'm still wishing I could've kept this one, too!
I just have to paint our kitchen door, and then I will be ready to share our kitchen with you. I bought the paint yesterday. I can't believe the kitchen took as long as it did, but thankfully that's behind us now and we can start on the next thing!
Miss Mustard Seed: Furniture Feature Friday
The Cottage Market: Junkin' Joe
Funky Junk Interiors
My 1929 Charmer