When it comes to camper makeovers, pop-ups don't get a lot of love. Despite the serious lack of online inspiration, Sarah transformed her camper from totally 90s into red, white, and blue country chic, perfect for summer road trips:
If you're a serial host (or even a regular guest!), you'll appreciate Ursula's "guest corner"— a bookshelf in her hallway that houses all the necessities for her visitors. Though it was always practical, she gave it a pretty update to really welcome those out of town-ers.
We are only the second family to live in an old farmhouse, built in 1880, and an integral part in the development if the town of Greenwood, Va. The house was intact, but in sad, neglected shape when we moved in, as a rental nine years ago.
Lindsay fell in love with the shape of this vintage record player console from Craigslist, but when she picked it up, it was beyond dirty. A lot of elbow grease and a little paint later, check out the results:
Bargain shopper Erin haggled this chair from an estate sale down to $10. It sat in her home, patiently waiting for a refresh, until she found the perfect fabric. See how she made over this chair for under $50 total:
When Cristin and her husband found this dresser on the curb in their neighborhood, it quickly became apparent why no one had grabbed it first: it's huge, heavy, and covered in dated white veneer. But with a little vision and a ton of Mod Podge, this beast became a buffet.