Meg Thinks of Tackling a Trendy Project: Ombre Radiators! Would You?

What do you think of doing something trendy in your home? Should you stick to the classics or go out on a limb like Meg wants to this week?
By: Lili Zarghami

Design Goals - Convertible Furniture and Gallery Walls 04:50

Lili and Meg discuss convertible furniture, paisley and gallery walls.

If you've watched the Design Goals videos so far and seen some of HGTV Handmade's projects, you know very well that Meg Allan Cole, is a crafty, crafty lady. This week, she's inspired to take on a truly trendy DIY project for her home by painting her radiator in a very non-traditional ombre color. Meanwhile, I'm hoping I can pick back up where I left off on a rather old-school skill: sewing. Watch with us and get a little inspiration of your own.

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