The bathroom and kitchen are two zones that age the quickest in a home and are often the first places potential buyers look to when they're inspecting your abode. Today's post is unveiling the budget solution that'll transform these areas without you having to spend much mula - and giving you a fresh new perspective in the process!
I've officially lost my mind and I don't think it's coming back. I've just discovered removable Rustoleum spray paint that allows you to create a dipped effect on pots as well as other homewares pieces and furniture. I best tell my partner that everything in the house is about to get dipped (it's only fair to give him warning).
Besides cushions, the other things I'm totally consumed by are candles - of any sort, really. It was only fitting, then, that I hunted down my own supplies so I could make my own collection of scented delights at home. If you read on, you'll see how easy it is to make candles yourself (and where to get the kit from).
DIY lovers, prepare to have your mind blown as I introduce you to the new range of Annie Sloan paints. A collection that can go onto metal, wood and fabric (yes, fabric!), along with pretty much any other surface, this release is going to change the way you transform furniture.
It's no secret that I'm fond of diving into a cocktail now and then. But with winter on our doorstep, who can be bothered going out to get one? This season I say it's all about soirees at home. And what better way to get in the mood then putting together your own bar cart or drinks tray? Here's some inspiration and guidance on getting it right.