Doing It Themselves
Ever crafty and creative for her blog, Katie and family took on to these projects to make their rooms special and unique.
1. We made one of the bedside tables in our son’s room by attaching hairpin legs to an old, green bin that we got at a yard sale for $2.
2. The other bedside table came together by removing the wooden lid from an old crate (found at an antiques store for $10) and screwing hairpin legs to the underside.
3. The secretary desk and bed came from a thrift store, and we painted it black using a can of chalkboard spray paint.
4. Our son made his towel hook rack by screwing some industrial-style hooks from Liberty
Hardware to a remnant piece of wood that he stained himself.
|TOP LEFT| GREAT GROUT. Dark grout enhances the pattern of thesubway tile in the bathroom.|TOP RIGHT| BEAUTIFUL BLACK& WHITE. The Zanzibar tile from Riad tile was the inspiration for the bathroom’s design. The old sink was a gift from a friend. It, and other black accents in the mirror and hardware, bring thewhole look together.