Throughout the week I featured things that I made/updated to put in my craft nook and now I get to show you how they all go together...
So, here's the breakdown. The round frame was just under $1 at a garage sale. The other frames we have had forever. Hubs got the vase in Poland and I'm sure it wasn't cheap, but it was free to me. ;) The candle holder on the wall (with the decor ball on it) was $1 at a thrift store. The candle holders with the candles were a wedding present. I got the shelves at a garage sale with a bunch of other things. They probably cost $1. The spritzer was left at our old house by the previous owners and I found it when we were moving out 2 1/2 years later. I got the silver rose hanging thing on the right at a garage sale for $2. The decor ball cost about $5. The chair was $5 plus $5 for paint and $4 for the upholstery (and I have a yard minus chair seat left over). The vanity was free but the stencil cost $3 and the paint was maybe $5.
Grand total: Somewhere around $32 for the entire nook (including furniture). Yay for crafting!
Read the Decor Ball tutorial here.
Learn how to upholster a chair here.
And read all about the adventures in updating this vanity, including mistakes to avoid, here.
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