Greeetings! I have been beyond busy with our kitchen/family room make-over (reveal coming soon) as well as all of my other projects. Here is just a quick one. I have a thing for frames, especially, vintage ones. As I've been going to room to room I've been collecting all of my unused/no longer being used frames and let me tell you...I never need to buy another frame!
Here is a quick and easy project for a favorite frame.
I painted it using my fav Rust-oleum gloss black and then cut a sheet of galvanized tin to fit inside. For a little extra something I added the crown decal.
I don't know where the time goes...I bought this piece for $50 from a local thrift store back in April and just finished it in the last couple days! It took me forever to finish the last details, but I think it was worth the wait (well that's how I'm justifying my procrastination)
Aside from the finish I really like the hardware- it has character
After a couple coats of Zinser Primer I painted her with Rust-oleum Blossom White in satin. I sprayed the hardware with Rust-oleum Nickel.
I added a fabric bulletin boards to the inside as well as labels for the drawers. We have lots and lots of guests (Mom is coming tomorrow) so I wanted to provide extra storage for them as well as guest supplies (more on that soon).
Look closely and you can see Finley on the bed ;-)
I painted the inside of the drawers Martha Stewart Cobblestone (left over from an earlier project)
You might recognize the liner - it's the Allen + Roth Wallpaper from this project.
I think my husband and maybe a few of my friends were really doubtful about this transformation....