Another year, another dining room makeover! This time, though, I am getting the look I truly want!
Last week I scored 4 matching Windsor chairs on Craig's List and found one solid oak Windsor chair in great shape at the dump. Now my dining room furniture is exactly the style I want it to be. Time to give all the mismatched furniture a makeover to get my dream dining room!
I do not like to cook or to be in the kitchen, when God was handing out cooking skills I wasn't around. This is not to say that I don't know how to cook, I've learned a lot over the years and I am quite a good cook when I put my mind to it. But all that is just a bit of background information to illustrate how ridiculously easy this latte process is.
I adore Chai tea lattes and when I discovered I could make these at home without a milk steamer I was in heaven. And it's so easy! (I am sure most of you know how to do this already, but for those who don't I'm thrilled to share.)
Here's a simple project that you can knock off in less than half an hour!
All it took to build this rustic bench is one 2x6x10, half a 2x4x8 and a handful of 2 1/2" screws. It now sits proudly on my new front porch!
I've broken this project down into simple to follow images.
Here's how to build it -
Last year I reworked my laundry room for what I thought was the last time... then Izzy came along and suddenly I needed to make some changes. Izzy will NOT LEAVE THE LITTER BOX ALONE!
I also needed to finish painting the laundry since I had done the job in dribs and drabs as I renovated it so moving things around to better suit the dog situation wasn't an issue. Time to get this laundry done once and for all (yeah, yeah I know, it will never be finished for good).
She's just pretending to be good here.