Time to Refresh Your Nest!

December 29, 2012 | By | Comments (3)

Update your floors, furniture, and more for $100 or less with these quick decorating fixes—all made right here in the South.

make old furniture like new again Time to Refresh Your Nest!Make old furniture like new again
Try it: Blendal furniture repair sticks
Made in: Hudson, North Carolina
Buy it: $55/12; mohawk-finishing.com

turn up your lamps style wattage Time to Refresh Your Nest!Turn up your lamp’s style wattage
Try it: Custom shades
Made in: Charlottesville, Virginia
Buy it: from $65; etsy.com/shop/lampshadedesigns

add patina to a new mirror Time to Refresh Your Nest!Add patina to a new mirror
Try it: Antiquing Mirror Kit
Made in: Memphis
Buy it: $96; amyhowardathome.com

dress up any chair Time to Refresh Your Nest!Dress up any chair
Try it: Driftwood linen seat cover in Silver Sage
Made in: Davidson, North Carolina
Buy it: $37.50; chairapron.com

give walls the wood treatment Time to Refresh Your Nest!Give walls the wood treatment
Try it: Vivant Wallcoverings in Maple Grain
Made in: Memphis
Buy it: $44.99/roll; seabrookwallpaper.com

upgrade plain jane curtain rods Time to Refresh Your Nest!Upgrade plain-Jane curtain rods
Try it: Decorative curtain finials
Made in: Austin, Texas
Buy it: from $19/each; madeofmetalcurtainrods.com

punch up floors with pattern Time to Refresh Your Nest!Punch up floors with pattern
Try it: Moroccan floor decal stencils
Made in: Richmond, Virginia
Buy it: from $50/5; sunnygoode.com

All product photos by Ralph Lee Anderson. Last photo courtesy Sunny Goode.

COMMENTS

  1. Home Decor Trend We Love: Painted Floors! – The Daily South | Your Hub for Southern Culture

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  3. Judy Hazelrigg

    The seat aprons are lovely. I love the fabric and color selection!

    January 2, 2013 at 4:03 pm

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