Anna's craigslist chair makeover comes with a warning: "This was my first time ever reupholstering a piece of furniture, and BOY was it a lot more time consuming than I realized!" But worth it, Anna. So so worth it.
Having a whole closet right by your front door is amazing for storage if you're a family with kids, but not if that closet comes with big outdated mirrored doors that don't work well and don't allow you to see what's actually in the closet. Jen got to work, transforming this old closet into a very stylish — but most importantly functional — welcoming storage spot for her family.
How do you take a plain, bulky cabinet and turn it into a complete show-stopper? If you're Miruna, you go the opposite of subtle. A few bold materials, an interesting pattern and this dresser gets quite the makeover!
Melissa's living room wasn't bad looking — it had perfectly functional, traditional-styled furniture and a lot of natural light. But it didn't fit her or her husband's style. So they worked together to come up with a look that would!
Jordan and her growing family were looking for a home, but knew with San Francisco's high prices they would probably have to settle for a home that didn't quite match their dreams. Even though friends warned her of the high prices of renovating, discounts were searched for and they did a lot of work themselves.
June's fireplace had some dated features like fake wood and weird Victorian-esque floral tiles. She would have loved to replace the whole thing with her dream of a wood burning fireplace, but she didn't have the budget for it right now. So she got creative and made the fireplace over with some paint, stencils and style!
Chelsey found this old card catalogue in the dumpster. She could see how much stripping and sanding work there was to do, so she kept putting off the project. Now that we've seen the results, we can't believe she waited so long.