We found some great picture frames at a garage sale along with some monogram letters and needed to paint them all white for a decorating project we're working on. We found out that it is actually possible to get through spray painting without mess.
One of the best ways to add curb appeal to a house is by painting the front door. That's exactly what I did to spruce up my summer cottage and now the new purple front door is truly the focal point of the house.
Last year, I held a quick poll on Facebook and asked whether or not I should paint my bronze equine bookends, white. Most of you said "NO". Well, that was then and this is now. I ended up painting them knowing they would be much more versatile with a fresh coat of white paint (sorry to disappoint you poll-takers)! What a difference!
I know, we've seen tons of pink hues in last few years but personally, I was not ready to move on to another color until I had my own pink wall. Whether you call it pink, blush or rose, it's feminine without being too girly. When you think pink, don't think for a second that this special spring color is limited to a little girls' rooms. No way! Check out which wall we transformed with this super fab color and the surprising place my inspiration came from!
We've had our picnic table for 30 years. When we bought it, it looked terrific. It was sturdy, well built, and the kind of table that would last a lifetime.
I asked myself the question "Does paint go bad" recently when going through a bunch of old cans looking for leftovers to paint a picture frame.
Summer's not over yet, but I have fall decorating on my mind. The fact that design magazines and email newsletters filled with gorgeous fall decorating ideas have been clogging my mailbox and inbox this week might have something to do with it.
Just when as we were emerging from winter and craving some fresh color for our office walls, the April issue of O Magazine arrived in our mailbox. The gorgeous pastels featured on the cover and throughout the issue were just the inspiration we needed to spring us into renovation action.
There were more than 10,000 Home Hardware dealers and vendors from across Canada in attendance at the Home Hardware Market in St. Jacobs, Ontario on September 12-14 and the UTR team was right in the middle of the action! It was a busy weekend as we introduced both Hang & Level and Stoppy to hundreds […]