My inspiration this time was from Pinterest and this website here.
My wooden chest has been floral, striped, numbered and now black added.
Here is the last time I decided to change the baby. I was given the chest by my Mom. She said my Dad had bought it at an unfinished furniture store. When she
I had already started the goopy paint stripping process when I remember to photograph the stripes.
Oh it was a long and messy job. Scrape, sand repeat.
Ooops, how did Hadley and Melissa get in this post. Hadley is saying "Hi Aunt Melissa, when is Raylyn going to get here?" Also, this was a fussy Hadley day, the next day Mom and Dad found a new tooth had broken through. No wonder.
This pottery barn version was my inspiration for my third time to paint the little chest that could.
And yes, it has been brought to my attention that fourth is the wrong spelling. Someone reading my blog did let me know, thanks Mandi.
Let's go forth onto my newest version of the lovely little chest.
Ooops, random shot of Layton's feet at an outside restaurant. I just think random shots of babies make a boring post much more intersting.
Easy, spray paint and done. Love this new life for the little chest of drawers that has given me lots of great storage space through the years.
The jet black Corona typewriter is perfect on top. No, I will not take the typewriter apart to make jewelry!
It goes well in the room with the black wrought iron bed and the wooden tea trolly.
All dressed up with black trim, I like it!
Total cost of redo - four dollar can of satin finish black spray paint.
This also gives you a peek at one of the guest bedrooms that were switched around. I'll show more when the new curtains arrive.
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