The pain of dusting this shutter wall just might be worth it. Olive and Love was the genius behind it. To see more of the process, go here.
Spotted at Recycle Art.
Okay, okay, this is NOT a new idea. However, the execution–especially in situ–is totally fresh.
Supplies to make it are minimal and include the following:
We’ve had our share of wood paneling (good and bad) to deal with in the past. It can pose a huge design problem to many people. If you’ve ever seen wood paneling redone right, it adds an interesting textural surface to the walls of a room. For the mere cost of high gloss white marine paint and an ebony stain for the floor, the room takes on an entirely different look and feel.
The shutters were removed, stucco added above the paneling and the same white marine paint covers the chairs. Continue Reading
Why the manufacturers of 303 Aerospace Protectant™ don’t make it available in every big box and hardware store in the country, astounds me. It is the absolute best way to give new life to vinyl. Around the house that includes vinyl windows, doors, shutters, patio furniture, spa and pool covers and the like. To illustrate 303's extraordinary ability, take a look at my in-law’s sun-bleached front door before an application of 303, which consists of spraying it on and wiping it off with a soft cloth. Continue Reading