All in Furniture
Just another Saturday where Miss Kelli decides the office desk needs a little somethin'-somethin'. Usually this happens when Hubby decides he's going to cast a few lines or cut a load of firewood...could be anything that takes him out of the house.
If you have a small living room, making your own ottoman from a milk crate may be the perfect solution to your problem. All you need to make your ottoman is a milk crate, 2 yards of fabric, needle and thread.
When my step-mom gave me this crate, I knew exactly what I could do with it. On a rainy day I pulled this thing out and got to work. The RV needed two solutions: a foot stool and more storage. I solved both.
A small kitchen cart on wheels finally find its purpose in life--from microwave storage cart to bar cart. I'm finally happy with this DIY tale.
I have always wanted a kitchen island. We found this brand new one at a yard sale for only twenty dollars. Score!
I love a piece of furniture that has history--especially when that history connects to family. I'm pretty sure this vanity dresser has a story to tell.
Not too long ago I transformed my spare room closet into a craft cave and painted the floor. For the most part it fit my needs but (yep, there's a but), I needed more elbow room. So this weekend I decided to create another work station.