Flipping Mr. Grey

I call my house Mr. Grey because when I bought it, every room inside was painted a different shade of grey. The outside is your standard 1960s red brick ranch with white trim. It was very plain when I first moved in. Over the years I’ve planted some things, removed the big ugly bushes on … More Flipping Mr. Grey

The Wedding Doors

Before I talk about the Wedding doors, I would like to give a big shout-out to Tim, my brother, my buddy.  Without him, this furniture painting hobby would not be possible.  He is the muscle, the repair guy, the builder, the hauler, and sometimes the voice of reason, that I need to make all of … More The Wedding Doors

How we built a free-standing frame for vintage wedding doors

I love the challenge of a new and different project so when my son’s fiance asked me if I could make her some “first look” doors for her outdoor wedding ceremony I jumped at the chance! I’m mostly just a painter, my brother, Tim, is the builder and I don’t think he gets nearly as … More How we built a free-standing frame for vintage wedding doors

Rustic cabinet door signs and other December DIY projects

I recently purchased three of these plain rustic cabinet doors at Country Fair Mall, which is an indoor flea market where I rent a booth to sell my furniture.  This type of project is a quick flip with very little cost to me other than my time.  It helps fill in space on the walls … More Rustic cabinet door signs and other December DIY projects