See, lots of clutter, can you tell how much that tredmill gets used? That bin has been sitting on it for months!
Clearly, after sitting in this chair, I should be getting on the tredmill sooner, rather than later. This chair was a dump find, that I thought was in good condition, until I sat in it. The one thing I thought I wasn't going to have to re-do! So I got out some of my coffee bean bag scraps, and some grommets to make a new seat and chair back.
I love how it turned out! I had no real plan for this room, I knew I wanted to accent with green. But after the burlap chair, I knew what direction I was heading!
Burlap & Birds could be the theme of this room! I used this old shoe bag to organize and sort bills, I still need to add labels to each pouch. I wish each pouch was empty!
This bird was one of my dollar tree finds, I just spray painted her green to match the rest of the room! I pulled out my "spring" bin to get my bird nests. Now they have a place to stay all year round!
I had nothing hanging on the walls before. I need some free art, so sticking with my bird and burlap theme, I used some scrap wood from the garage and made a frame, them stretched the burlap around and stapled to the back! Instant art!!
This is the kids little area! Finally a place for all their school work, calendars, and backpacks. no more hunting for everything Monday morning! I used chalkboard paint on the wall, once dry I pained a frame around the chalk board, and then added ribbon for fun detail. I screwed an old soup can that I put paper around to hold the chalk. I also thing I need a picture of Dr McDreamy aka Patrick Dempsy, hanging by that old street sign...
This is where the back packs and school work can go. I added clips to the top to display their latest creations! The bins were black, but I spray painted them with my green apple rustoleum spray paint! I used my cricut to cut out the letters of the alphabet, but it needed something on each end, so I went searching for some inspiration, and found some over at The Fickle Pickle, these owls were just what I needed! mine were all made from scraps of scrapbooking paper. I sewed around the edges to give them a more finished look.
This little clock was my last project. I had the perfect place for it, but the pink just didn't go. So you guessed it, I spray painted it! The I added some paper polka dots with mod podge! So simple, and it looks like a whole new clock!
A brand new look all for under $20! Stay tuned this week to see the new work room that I created!
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