Today we’re sharing some whimsical photos from a wedding inspiration photoshoot (featuring Chalk Paint®, of course!) coordinated by Wisconsin-based Simply Gypsy Events. You may remember Brittany’s work from a previous blog post featuring on-trend and budget-friendly wedding DIYs. Brittany had so much fun presenting at the Impressions Bridal Fair in Eau Claire last fall that she decided to branch into wedding planning.
In honor of Independence Day, this week we’re featuring some of our favorite patriotic projects, as well as some beautiful pieces done in red, white & blue!
Blogger Keeping It Cozy took a cut piece of pine plywood and transformed it into the perfect flag wall art to hang in her upstairs office area, whose “theme’ is old schoolhouse. How great is this piece?!
Another fun Fourth of July piece is this rustic cloth American flag by Tempe, AZ stockist Green Table Mercantile that was featured in Fresh Style Magazine a few years ago.
This Burgundy sideboard by Sevenoaks, Kent, UK stockist Dovetails Vintage provides a subtle pop of color, especially with some Dark Soft Wax to age it just a bit.
Done entirely in Emperor’s Silk with just a hint of Scandinavian Pink, we think this hutch by former Painter In Residence Jelena Pticek is SO fun!
Next up is a passed-down piano given another life with a timeworn look thanks to a few coats of Pure White. Check it out in Country Living!
Another great white piece is this console table by blogger Personally Andrea. She took an old big box store piece and gave it the shabby-chic look she’d always wished it had.
What do you think of this contemporary ombré piece by Buderim, QLD, AUS stockist Vintage Village Life? Simply stunning!
Last but not least…Inspired by Pottery Barn Kids but not wanting to pay the hefty price tag, blogger Centsational Girl used Napoleonic Blue to recreate the look for less than $75!
Share your favorite red, white & blue projects with us in the comments below, or on Facebook or Instagram!
Today we’re sharing a minty ombré dresser-turned-changing table done by Alex Schings of Avon Lake, OH.