Ama found this shelving system at a garage sale for $50. It took her a year to figure out where this wood-veneer credenza would fit in her home. See where it ended up after a beautiful budget transformation:
When she purchased her home, Lilly liked the neutral tile and off-white cabinets, but that strange splotchy laminate installed by the last owner had to go. Check out how she transformed this bachelor kitchen into a cheery country space.
Home renovations can definitely be hard labor, but this Jackson Heights kitchen remodel brings a whole new meaning to the phrase. Fran was nine months pregnant during the transformation of this fixer-upper, and reports that the fastest way to speed up your contractor is to have contractions!
As Ellen's first "grown up" furniture purchase, this coffee table had a soft spot in her heart, even though it wasn't working with her décor. After a not-so-successful staining attempt, check out how she refreshed this storied piece.
If you struggled with cord control during the January Cure, take a cue from Jenny. She and her boyfriend turned this old dresser into a chic cabinet that keeps the game systems, media equipment, and cords contained.
January Cure reader Laura gave this simple thrift shop nightstand a refresh with a few minimal upgrades. See how she spent under $10 (including the price of the original piece!) to get a chic final product:
Though we certainly didn't require any wall demolition for the January Cure, that didn't stop Kate and Ellen from using the month to give their new home's living room a fresh face for a housewarming party. Click through to see just how much these two got done in 25 days!