Enclosed Porch Makeover REVEAL!

Is a room ever finished? Not really, but you get to a certain point when you think… I like where this is at right now! Then you go to Target and see something that the room just HAS to have. Am I right? Well, with that being said, my enclosed porch makeover is done!
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Are you just dying? I know I am. I can’t even believe that it used to be that dang ugly! My husband couldn’t even remember what it looked like before. Maybe because it looks so fabulous now? Definitely not because it took me about 6 months to complete, right? Either way, I am really happy with the results and I can’t wait to relax and sip some lemonade in that room.
Project Details
The walls used to be a nasty brown color, but I painted them my new favorite color, Crushed Ice from Sherwin Williams. I gave the window seals a pretty coat of white paint too.
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The houndstooth floor was stenciled on. You can find the tutorial for stenciling your tile floor here.
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The ceiling used to be a nasty cream color. Not to mention, the wood slats had been textured over it. It was really bad. I scraped the popcorn junk off of it and gave it a nice white coat of paint. The light fixture ended up being too much for me to bite off, so I gave it a pretty blue coat of paint too. I added small crown molding around the ceiling and it added just the right amount of detail.

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The gallery wall is one of my favorite parts about the room. It was made of scrap wood and brings so much life to the room. If you want to make one too, the tutorial can be found here.
Patterned Artwork

I love all of the décor. The chairs used to be hunter green and were a thrift find. Most of my pillows are from Pillowtalkk. She has the most amazing pillows! The only pillow that didn’t come from Pillowtalkk is the long turquoise one with the ribbons on it. That came from Ikea.

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I was so excited to find this amazing rug on clearance at JoAnn Fabric. The big owl was found at TJ Maxx, and the small owl (used to be brown), at Target.
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I couldn’t be happier with the change that took place in this room!
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Comments

  1. Love it! What a cheerful space 🙂

  2. SO FUN!!!! It looks amazing 😀 Great Job!

  3. You did a beautiful job! I love how it turned out and the bright colors you chose.

  4. Love it Kenz! I am still trying to figure out what to do with my houndstooth stencil since I can’t copy you now, haha! I love how you painted the plywood with all the bright colors. And the chairs are so cute!

  5. Susan @ Oh My! Creative says

    It’s so bright and cheerful – you did an amazing job! Love what you can do with color to transform a space! Enjoy!

    I would love if you would post it and share it with my readers! Join the Community and share any of your creative project!

    Susan @ Oh My! Creative

  6. i saw your segment on studio 5 the other day…love what you did! i love the houndstooth floor, and i actually love that light fixture, unique and different! glad you kept it!

  7. Oh my goodness! I am in love with everything that you did to this space!!! It’s all so perfectly bright and cheerful.

  8. You rock girl! I think that you are freakin fantastic!

  9. Angie@Echoes of Laughter says

    Love it! So pretty & fresh & fun!!! Angie xo

  10. Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com says

    So pretty! I featured it on my TT&J FB page 🙂

    xox

  11. Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com says

    I love it! I featured it on my TT&J FB page.

    xox

  12. Katherine A. says

    Turned out great! Love the mix of colors.

  13. wow love the houndstooth!

  14. You did a beautiful job, even the details of painting the light. Great use of colors, way to repurpose. I love all you did, keep it up!

  15. I absolutely love this makeover. What a great way to transform blah plastic patio furniture and the houndstooth floor is fantastic! Great job!

  16. I love the bright colors you chose! It makes it look so cheery and inviting.

  17. Wow! What a transformation. The bright colours are so cheery and friendly. My favourite is the stenciled floor. Great job! We recently finished our enclosed porch makeover. Would love for you to check it out! http://thingsthatarepretty.blogspot.ca/2012/08/front-porch-reveal.html

  18. Beautiful! Thanks for stopping by for our Pretty Things Party. Hope to see you again next week!

  19. I love how this turned out! The floor is amazing! I really enjoyed watching you on Studio 5, you did a fantastic job!

  20. So Cute! I found your blog via Brassy Apple, so glad I did!
    I love the floors the most. I thought it was an indoor/outdoor rug at first!

  21. I love this so much, so bright and happy!

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