In this episode of The Jennifer Allwood Show, paint and design expert, Jennifer, answers a commonly asked question — How do I break out of corporate America into a creative business? Where do I start? Jennifer brings on and coaches friend, Sherri Louison, who has been through the same situation.
I just made a FUN spring door decor that is simple, quick and I’ve already gotten so many compliments on it! This post is sponsored by Hobby Lobby. I am always happy to collaborate with companies I love! It started when I was in my beloved Hobby Lobby and saw this ribbon. It was the first… View Post
The truth is 8 out of 10 businesses fail. The biggest reason is because when people go into a business, they have a disillusioned idea of what business ownership looks like. In this episode of The Jennifer Allwood Show, owner of the Magic Brush and leading paint pro and DIY-er Jennifer Allwood tells you the 6 myths about starting your… View Post
I am so excited to show you our new teen boy’s bathroom makeover! This was a fun redo that didn’t cost a lot of money. Our 13 year old son and our 15 year old son share a bathroom. It’s looked like this for about 8-9 years. The toothpaste on the shower curtain was a dead giveaway that… View Post
In this episode of The Jennifer Allwood Show, owner of the Magic Brush and leading paint pro and DIY-er Jennifer Allwood talks with Fixer Upper’s carpenters Clint and Kelly Harp. The duo share their carpentry story, answer some of your questions, and discuss their new show, Wood Work, which premiers on the DIY Network, March 8th at 7:30ET/6:30CT.
We just finished the funnest project. We added “mirror” to the front of that buffet. I am obsessed with all things shiny, so I know this will surprise no one. Our buffet started out looking like this. And if you really want to see how ugly it was before I painted it this color, go HERE. (I will… View Post
Your house should always be a project in a state of transition. In this episode of The Jennifer Allwood show, Jennifer gives practical tips of what you can do in your house to help you fall in love with it all over again.
We recently updated my son Easton’s bedroom with new rustic-industrial bedroom furniture and a wood plank wall (which you can see here). And Mr. Magic built him some wall hooks from galvanized steel for his book bag and coat (which you can see here) . Well those hooks prompted me to want some hooks in the bathroom as well… View Post