For the first time since I became a momma, I have three days a week to myself with my daughter in kindergarten every day and my son in preschool. Of course, the first day I didn't know what to do with myself but a week into the school year, I'm beginning to plan projects around the house that I've wanted to tackle but couldn't manage with little ones under foot. Can you relate? If so, here's a few projects that won't take long but will make a huge difference in your home!
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1. Chalk-Paint Light Fixtures

Add character to a basic chandelier with Rustoleum Chalked Paint. There's no priming required so you can paint this with the light still installed. Tape off the ceiling and get to work! You'll have a new light in no time.
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2. Paint Your Doors

Fun color doesn't have to be reserved for front doors! Give interior doors a playful pop of color. This tutorial by Censtsational Girl has great tips to get you started.
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3. Tackle a Furniture Makeover

We love how Natalie from Deeply Distressed transformed this cabinet with Glidden's Deep Arctic Night.
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4. Paint the Trim

Glidden's Trim and Door paint has a fantastic, thick consistency that doesn't drip, giving you a smooth finish on trim and doors. The durable paint holds up to kids and pets, too!
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5. Install Sheet Vinyl

If you have a small bathroom or bedroom that needs new flooring, consider installing sheet vinyl which is fast and simple. There are so many impressive options out there today that mimic high-end looks like herringbone-wood or even tile. We love this bathroom makeover by Jessica of Decor Adventures.
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What projects are on your to-do list?