Allison Lind Interiors
35 Reviews

DIY Decorating

Country: United States
Zip Code: 98102
DIY Decorating
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This pendant was a $60 purchase at IKEA a few years ago, but its bland light wicker color was too lackluster for this space. Instead of spending a few hundred dollars (or more) on a new pendant, we purchased three cans of glossy white spray paint (suitable for use on wicker) and gave it a good dose of white (allowing dry time between coats).
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See the before/after of this $12 nightstand, bought at a thrift store and refinished to look like new!
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Before and after -- this nightstand was only $12 at a thrift store but it was far from show-off worthy. With a little TLC and a fresh coat of glossy white all over, it was like new!
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This little entry bench was a steal -- for only $6 at a local thrift store -- but its frame was badly bruised, old wood, and its cushion was topped with a bland, dated fabric. So we simply added a fresh coat of glossy black paint to the wood (with a coat of Kilz primer underneath) and re-upholstered the cushion in a fun fuchsia fabric!
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Two pieces of found driftwood created this display shelf in a bedroom (we cut a square piece into two triangles to make the brackets).
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Give a bland glass vase a cool, coastal look by gluing found barnacles around the vase. All you need is a glue gun -- and patience.
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After some time beach-combing and acquiring enough cool pieces of flat driftwood, I created this cool coastal-style driftwood headboard for a doting client's beach house.
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