A Little More Kitchen Drama: DIY Planked Peninsula with Corbels | The Happy Housie
Take your kitchen from boring builder basic to custom and beautiful with a DIY Planked Peninsula with Corbels.
Adding a Kitchen Counter Post
Adding a Kitchen Counter Post and molding to existing builder grade cabinets can give your boring old cabinets a new and expensive look on a budget.
Dining room transformation, step one!
Hey hey! How was your weekend? I spent half of Sunday finishing up the first Hunger Games book – whoa, SO good. I’m avoiding the second one until I get a few good nights of sleep under my belt – I go to bed wayyy to late when I’m into a book. ;) Anyhoo, I did get a little something done this weekend. Or I should say started. Or I should say my Dad and brother got it started. ;) Remember when I told you about my idea to transform our (never used) dining room into a library-type space? Well…
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Becki Owens transforms interior spaces and builds custom homes. I start each of my projects with a unique vision reflecting my client. From Kitchen remodels to custom builds I focus on fresh, clean, elegant updated looks.
Easy One Day DIY Kitchen Update & Remodel Ideas • The Budget Decorator
Make the most of your time and your budget with these DIY kitchen update and remodel ideas you can do in just one day! New kitchen for less!
Make Your Own “Frugal” Kitchen Cabinet Feet
I love the look of feet on cabinets. I think they epitomize the french country farm kitchen look. But have you ever priced those lil’ suckers?! They are EX-PE-NS-IVE!! For instanc…
Kitchen Cupboard Makeover Part I
Edit: Please note that the date of this post was in 2010. We sold this home in 2013, and have since moved to a new home. Look all you want, and the kind comments are always appreciated, just know that the details are getting fuzzy in my head! Thank You! Last Week I Re-Did the Cupboards that are around My Peninsula, Here is How I Did It: Before: I Quickly Washed Them Down With Dish Soap and Water, Then I Sanded Them, Using a Sander and Course SandPaper. I was Really Worried about the Wood…
Rub n' Buff Tips and Tricks!
Ok, so here is the skinny on the Rub n' Buff. I've had lots of questions about how to use Rub n' Buff on furniture, so I'm gonna give you all the know-how I got!! There are actually several techniques I have tried that work well. First off here is what you need Rub n' Buff metallic wax. It comes in several different colors. If I'm using Rub n' Buff on a relatively small area, like the arms or legs of a chair, the legs of a table, frames, hardware, etc. I'll just squeeze a big blob of Rub n'…