This post is in paid partnership with Zircon Corporation. All opinions are my own and I only collaborate with companies that I use myself in my projects. I hope these links help you as you learn and grow!
Oh how I love Board and Batten Walls! My very first attempt was on my 40th birthday – all I wanted was to learn how to use a nail gun from Mr. Farmboy. I felt so empowered after that day and a woodworking “She-Ra” was released. Later on, I completed a full Board and Batten Wall in my son’s room – all by myself. You can read all about here – it was an exciting project for me.
So, today I am back at it and partnering with @ZirconTools to bring you a super simple DIY tutorial on how to make a Board and Batten Halfway Wall. Yes, I made up that title! Mr. Farmboy came up with the idea of only going up three-fourth the way up the wall and I loved it – hence this project was born.
Check out these before and after photos and watch my full DIY Youtube Tutorial here. Now come follow along and learn how to do this easy project that anyone can do!
I have always wanted to try out milk paint and figured my Granny’s old oak headboard was where to start. I started my search online and I found Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint – it is the cutest website! There are so many tutorials to learn from and I instantly felt like Marian and I (aka Miss Mustard Seed) were instant friends (even though she has never met me, but I just know we would be buddies!).
So check out my 60 second DIY Tutorial on my project and then follow along for details on how my headboard turned out. And go check out this amazing line of milk paints!!!
I am always on the hunt for any possible solution to refinish furniture without sanding – anybody with me?! I launched into Google to see what new ideas came to my mind, and I came across Country Chic Paint and fell in love. Lets face it – I was sold just on their name. But as I read their blog I was smitten by their drive for environmental safe & VOC free paints – with their lab results to prove it!
VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) are gases that are released into the air from ordinary products such as paint, cleaning products, furniture, flooring, and cosmetics. They can produce short term health effects, with additional long term affect research still taking place.
Plane and simple? I don’t want my headboard contaminated with anything funky. So, needless to say, I couldn’t wait for my shipment to arrive.
Here is my 60 second video tutorial on my headboard project using Country Chic Paint. Then stick around and check out all the details behind this amazing stuff!