Jasmin Marisett, contributor | March 28th, 20145 comments
I was given these by a local store. Um. Last year! They called me up and said - we have no clue what to do with these. But they are fun. And they really don't need to be in the dump. We figured if anyone could do something to save them. You can. Sooooo. I did.
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | January 29th, 201411 comments
It's safe to say we can add Pianos to my obsession with makeovers! So many Ideas. I decided this one was going to be Shabby and cute. So much work involved with these but I do love them! Some people love it as a pantry, some love it as a bar, we even had a big screen tv sunk into it at one point. Any way one chooses to go is just going to be fun in the end!
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | January 2nd, 20147 comments
i think doors have to be one of the most simple repurposing for functionality items out there! So many things can be done! The need around here is function and organization. This was created to cover just that!
I picked up this twin bed from a Craigs list ad. After cutting the footboard in half I attached them as side boards to the headboard with pocket holes and fastners, I attached 1X4 ceader slats as the...
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | November 25th, 201310 comments
I had the pleasure of picking a families estate before they sold off the farm. Over 100 years in the family! - So many treasure to be found! I decided these needed to be used for this custom crafted piece. A 4 foot by 3 foot rustic coffee table.
Dreamy on a mantle, but lots of other possibilities too. 7 Mason jar lids of varying sizes, were mounted to a salvaged barn board. Each letter was decoupaged with pages from a vintage, French lesson...
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | October 17th, 20134 comments
I've been playing with these for a while now. Especially when I get a 3/4 bed in. Tough sell as is, but once transformed, they seem to go out the door pretty easily! Here are a few to help stimulate some ideas.
RevivalMercantile, member | September 9th, 20132 comments
Mr. Octopus is made from a plain chandelier, a vintage glass light sconce, aluminum tart molds, and bottle cap/washers for the eyes. Painted it all a periwinkle blue. He can be used as a bird feeder...