Hi there friends! Guess what?! My patio just got a modern makeover and today I am finally sharing the details! It now feels organic, inviting and functional with a Scandinavian vibe. I partnered with one…
Hi there friends! Last summer I shared the reveal on our modern wood slatted outdoor privacy screen. Since then I have had tons of questions about it, so I thought it was time to share some details on how to build it. The screen is contemporary & open and yet still feels private, which is nice because it allows me to see the boys and dog on the other side of the yard, while still maintaining some layer of seclusion. Plus, it has a clean & simple aesthetic which I think compliments my style.
Hi friends! As promised I am finally sharing more of my master bedroom. I hit the ground running in the beginning of January, getting so many projects done, crossing things off my list left & right, working…
The bench turned out beautiful and matches your style perfectly. Love the look!
Saw it at MissMustardSeed’s this morning! Congrats!
I love it! Really gorgeous!
The one you changed to a cottage style is very pretty, but I loooove this one! Like I want to marry it! It looks very high end and gorgeous!!
I love this look and will have to keep it in mind. You did a great job making it over and explaining the steps.
It turned out gorgeous! As always, you did a fabulous job! It is amazing what a little paint and a drop cloth can do.
Jen, that really looks good and very RH like.
Love how is came out, Jen!
Really pretty, Jen! I love how it got a new look with paint AND the drop cloth. Looks like a brand new piece!
This is beautiful! And you can’t beat the price! Thanks for the tutorial on how you did it, I have a vanity bench that I need to recover and I’ve never done anything like it before. You make it looks so simple! Great job…love the paint wash!
Jen, what a magnificent transformation!!! I adore the new look… and honestly, it is so much nicer than anything I have seen in Restoration hardware lately!!!
LOVE your tips about not passing a piece up!!!
Please stop by tomorrow evening and share this at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS… everyone will swoon!
So do you still need my address in order to deliver this lovely piece? 🙂 It is simply gorgeous! I guess that means its time to break out the paint and get serious again!
This is so inspiring! Love how it turned out. I’m perusing Craigslist for a bench now! 🙂
Looks amazing! Love the drop cloth upholstery, love the paint washing! Pinning! Would love it if you would link this up to Give Me The Goods Monday: 1 Party, 5 Blogs! http://www.rainonatinroof.com/2013/04/give-me-goods-monday-link-party-4.html
Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof
GORGEOUS! I can’t believe that before pic, fantastic job 🙂
Love what you did with your settee. Great updated look.
Wow, wow wow – that is a home run! Such a great job Jen! Take care, Laura
Looks amazing. well done!
WOW! Love it! I’m definitely on the look out for easy fix stuff at yard sales.
Very cool. Wish I could find one on the side of the road so I could re-do it! Great job.
That is amazing, a beautiful transformation!
Hi! Loved this sooo much that I just had to feature them on my blog! The post will be live in the morning: http://rainonatinroof.com
Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof
This is ah-mazing! Love this! I wonder if this technique would work on wicker. I have some dark wicker chairs..hmm..might try it 😉
Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com
Gorgeous! I love it!
House on the Way
I am in love with this Jen…wonderful job with something you already owned. My favorite of course is the drop cloth! I have so many I’ve used over the years and love them as they show signs of paint jobs gone by…though I never once thought about using them to recover one of my pieces. I’m on my way to Home Depot this morning to get a fresh one for 4 chairs I’m working on …THANK YOU for the great idea!
Jen, fabulous job on the bench. Very impressive!
Gorgeous, Jen – excellent work! I found you via Rain on a Tin Roof (the RH map was mine), and I’m so glad I did! 🙂
By the way, I’m a new follower. 🙂
what a pretty way to change it up. It turned out way better than the original!
Wow! I will be looking at Rattan furniture in a whole new light! This is just beautiful.
I started using a reader called Feedly and I love it. I’m following you through it now 🙂
I’d love it if you would share this at “What We Accomplished Wednesday,” at Green Willow Pond. It is live right now. Have a great week!
It looks absolutely amazing! You did a beautiful job, as always.
Great job…looks wonderful!
Wow…what a crazy amazing transformation!!
Love this!!! It turned out soooo gorgeous!
I love this!! And the new site is gorgeous! Makes me want to switch to WordPress all the more!!
Beautiful bench. Saw it on MMS.
I’m your newest subscriber!
Glad I found your blog.
Oh…I love how this turned out! I think I like even better than it’s twin…no…I don’t know…I love them both. I wish I had one of these in my basement. I wish I had a basement.
Thanks Nita, I think so too:). Have a great week!
Félicitations ! Très bonne idée. Je découvre et je m’inscris!
Un petit clin d’oeil de France .
Gorgeous. I love it.
What a stunning transformation! I just discovered your blog & I’m so glad I did! I love your style. Hope you’ll stop by Curate | by Carrie Corson sometime for a visit 🙂
This turned out beautifully! You have a great eye for possibilities!!! 🙂
Nice creative idea Jen…Have a similar cane set at my home…will look to do something similar with it.
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