In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I wanted to share how to paint old furniture and show some great makeovers using my favorite “kelly green” color. There’s nothing like giving new life to an old, tired piece of furniture!
I was so impressed with this project by Bethany of Dwellings by Devore.
Please click here for the blog post on how she created this beauty!!
The great thing about china cabinets is that you can pick them up at consignment shops, tag sales or on Craig’s List for a steal. Some of my favorite pieces are those that are old, well built and have intense character to them.
Check out this china cabinet before by Jennifer of Dimples and Tangles.
and the after…….
Click here to read the post for instructions!
If a large piece of furniture feels overwhelming to you, start with a smaller piece. Trust me, you will become addicted by the makeover!!
Now, from the uber talented Kate Riley of Centsational Girl with an old campaign desk – before
and after………. – see the step by step instructions here!
It’s amazing how a coat of paint can completely transform a piece.
And if you’re having trouble finding a colorful light fixture (trust me, there really aren’t many), this is an easy DIY project.
photo – Holly Mathis Interiors
The options really are endless when it comes to customizing something that saves you money, is EXACTLY what you want and the feeling of pride that you did it yourself!
If you want to see more inspiration of kelly green, go to our Pinterest board called Ga Ga Over Green!
Have a great week!