Products Used in our DIY Projects

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- Dena

 
 


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Brass Lamp Makeover

I bought two beautiful, vintage brass lamps off Facebook Marketplace and gave them a little facelift. Linked below are all the products I used in the process. For a step-by-step video tutorial on how I did it, check out my story highlight called “Brass Lamp DIY” on Instagram here.

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Goodwill Lamp Makeover

I bought a dirt cheap lamp and shade at Goodwill and gave them both a major overhaul. I’ve linked all the products I used below. For a step-by-step video tutorial on the whole process, check out my story highlight called “Goodwill Lamp DIY” on Instagram here.

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Semi-Custom Curtain DIY

I created a semi-custom window treatment for a 12’ long bank of windows in my living room for under $200. All the products I used are linked below. For a step-by-step video tutorial on how you can do it too, check out my story highlight called “Semi-Custom Curtain DIY” on Instagram here.

All products except for the curtain panels are from Lowe’s. Curtain panels are from Ikea and I removed the tab tops.

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Curtain Rods
8 foot
6 foot
Lowe’s

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Brackets
(set of 2)
Lowe’s

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Clip Rings
(pack of 7)
Lowe’s

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Finials
(set of 2)
Lowe’s

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Dowel Screws
(3 pack)
Lowe’s

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Curtain Panels
(set of 2, comes in two lengths & other color options)
Ikea


General Use Products

These products are not necessarily tied to a particular project but I keep around for general use as needed.

Polycrylic is the only poly I have found that is truly clear. Many others have a yellowish/brownish tint that can impact the color of your piece. I also like that they are water based for easy cleanup. The links here are all quart size from Amazon, since they are so easy to order from, but you can also find Polycrylic at your local hardware stores.

 
 

J-B Weld
Amazon