I know I promised you baseboards this week, but since I’m currently in the process of working on those very baseboards, I’m just dropping in today to share some color inspiration and a great infographic on restoring furniture.
These warm neutrals have their roots in natural stones, timber and minerals, and would be great foundation colors in a room, or for a piece of furniture.
Speaking of furniture, Alan from Crowe Sawmills shared this furniture restoration infographic with me, and I thought it was so helpful and interesting that I just had to share it with you. Have you ever wondered whether a piece of thrift store furniture was worth saving and rehabbing? Here’s a handy guide to what goes into such a project.
Be sure to pin this, so you can take a peek the next time you’re trying to decide what that amazing yet questionable piece of furniture is going to cost you in terms of labor and materials. Thanks for sharing, Alan!
So, now that we’ve all had our dose of color for the day, I’m heading back to my white baseboards. The good news is they’re getting closer to actual white, instead of dingy and scarred white like they were before. Wish me luck!