Decor items

Pallet Sign

Wooden sign

In commemoration of a friend’s 20th anniversary, we created a pallet board sign that will be used for guests to write their well-wishes.

Live Edge Coat Racks

Live edge wood coatrack

We found some neat looking live edge wood planks and fashioned them into coat racks using a variety of found knobs.

Reclaimed Windows

Reclaimed stool and window

We recently had the good fortune of visiting an old farmhouse where we came across some awesome old windows. A little paint and creativity, and they’re an awesome addition to a home’s indoor or outdoor decor.

Up-Cycled Window Box

Upcycled window box

Old windows + old pallet wood + some paint and creativity = up-cycled window box. Wall mountable, or stand alone, this up-cycled window box is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Chalk painted with Folk Art paint in oatmeal.

Up-Cycled Headboard Turned Message Centre

Upcycled headboard message centre

This old headboard was re-imagined into a hallway message centre by adding a chalkboard, mirror, bulletin board, shelf, and multiple hooks. It was painted with Folk Art chalk paint in oatmeal and riverwalk, and then antiqued.

Barn Board Signs

Full of fun and whimsy, sometimes we paint old wood pieces and make signs. Because, hey, why not? Feel free to contact us if you’d like to discuss having us create a sign for you.

Flower Mirror

Painted mirror

Another awesome find! This outdated mirror was given new life with ASCP in country grey, and Matt’s handiwork on the flower detail. Thanks honey!

Candle Holders

Painted candle holders

A couple aged candle holders got a makeover using ASCP in country grey.

Cabinet

Upcycled and painted cupboard

This cabinet was neither antique, nor particularly interesting, but I figured a chalk paint overhaul would do it some good. I added chalkboards to the inside panels so it could work as a dart board cabinet, or place for reminders if used as a medicine cabinet. Paint: Folk Art tuscan red and oatmeal; and chalkboard paint.

Cigar Box Jewelry Holder

Upcycled jewelry holder

This was a gift from Matt. He took a bunch of old cigar boxes, hand painted them, and re-imagined them into a wall mounted jewelry holder for me. Thanks hon!