This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scrub Daddy. All opinions are 100% mine. I get giddy like a schoolgirl over a good piece of vintage brass. I already have more pieces of it than I can use in my own house, but with starting the pop-up shops, I’ve gained just…
Oh. My. Goodness. I can’t believe I am finally able to write this post. This bathroom seems like it has taken forever to finish. FOR-EV-ER. (Like that kid says in The Sandlot.) As if the bathroom project itself wasn’t hard enough to pin down a design for, this space just so happened to also be the…
Welcome to another Fifteen on Friday! I hope you all are gearing up for a fun weekend!
Here’s a quick little project that adds a little pop to your furniture.
You may have noticed in the red buffet makeover, that the feet of said buffet were sporting a little touch of metal.
You see, I have this thing for metal feet on furniture. Once I saw brass feet on the vintage chair for Grunt Labor that now sits in our living room, it was a done deal.
I’m takin’ it home.
I’m sure you could buy these brass caps, also known as ferrules and sabots (look at me breaking out the big words – crazy what you learn as a blogger!), but I don’t know where and I did a version of it myself anyway.
Here’s how I made my faux brass capped feet.