With spring lurking around the corner (I’m at least hoping so), it’s the perfect time to freshen up your space. Looking around my house, I see a whole whack of projects I’ve been putting off through the cold winter months. So far this year I’ve been focused on purging and organizing our home, but I have paint, fabric, new hardware, and more stock-piled in the basement just waiting to come out. It’s taken a lot of willpower to leave it alone, but I promised myself I’d finish one project before I moved on to the next. Basically I have one closet and our laundry room to organize before the freshening process gets underway.
To get the ball rolling, I’ve asked Barbara from Hodgepodge to share some of the ways she likes to freshen up her space. Barbara has done a fantastic job of decorating her home without breaking the bank. She has a knack for reinventing tired-looking furniture and accessories, and I’m excited for you to see the transformations!
So happy to be visiting here at Shauna’s blog! I feel silly contributing to her blog as I think she has it all covered in the organizational and freshening up department! While I am not an ultra-ogranized individual, I do love freshening things up. As an avid DIYer and lover of paint, I love to freshen things up with paint! When I get tired of a piece of furniture or when I stumble across something that could use some freshening up, out comes some spray paint or a can of paint, and when I feel a bit adventurous, some rub’n”buff!
Here are a few things that were transformed by paint and/or simply adding some new hardware to freshen things up.
Hope you won’t overlook a piece of furniture because it has the wrong colour or hardware. Just whip out a can of paint or visit the hardware store for a bit of bling for the drawers. Sometimes it is the little details that make all the difference.
Thanks for having me here Shauna!
Don’t you just love these transformations using paint. My favorite is the soft blue dresser- so chic! Take Barbara’s advice and consider painting out an old piece of furniture to give it a fresh new look.
What tricks do you have up your sleeve for freshening your space?
Enjoy your day!