I like to be thrifty when redesigning a space. I see it as a challenge to transform something with minimal cost involved. It helps that my boyfriend is a builder and can do a lot of things himself and always knows somebody for everything else. But when it comes to interiors I would rather upcycle… Continue reading BLOG: THRIFTY.
Below are the before and afters of the upcycled furniture used in the attic room – Cabinets given to me by my sister. Scandinavian Pink Annie Sloan Chalk Paint used, distressed and dark waxed. Chair bought from carboot for £5. Sanded down, painted with Provence and Old White Annie Sloan Chalk Paints mixed together and… Continue reading UPCYCLE: THE ATTIC FURNITURE.
The attic room is now complete. It took a while to do but as it was out of the way and not a room that we used regularly the disruption was minimal. We started by ripping out a small wall and cupboard. We then took up the carpet to see the condition of the floorboard… Continue reading RENOVATION: THE ATTIC.