A few days ago I bought a couple of lovely parsons chairs and a few new rugs for our kitchen.
After placing them I realized that I didn’t like the fabric of my DIY kitchen curtains any longer. I plan to eventually sew new ones, but for now I just wanted to take them down.
The kitchen right after the remodel and before the new chairs and rugs were purchased:
I removed the curtains and saw that I missed a few spots (where some metal brackets used to be) when I painted all of our window trim during our $500 DIY kitchen remodel (oops! … I am going to blame burnout, laziness and that fact that I was in my third trimester at that point, haha).
…aaaanyway, today I quickly touched up the missed spots with 2 coats. Easy peasy. Seriously cleaning the brushes would take two times longer than the actual painting itself. Uggh.
I love to paint anything and everything, but have to admit that I am super lazy when it comes to cleaning the brushes afterwards – especially on a quick and easy project like this one with a paint drying break in between This definitely drives my husband crazy – especially because he likes to buy the nice purdy brushes.
Well, it turns out The Paint Brush Cover is perfect for me and will help save the lives of our precious purdys. It kept my brush from drying out in between coats amazingly. Yay!
A little bit about The Paint Brush Cover: