This cabinet was neither antique, nor particularly interesting, but I figured a chalk paint overhaul would do it some good. I added chalkboards to the inside panels so it could work as a dart board cabinet, or place for reminders if used as a medicine cabinet. Paint: Folk Art tuscan red and oatmeal; and chalkboard paint.
This was a gift from Matt. He took a bunch of old cigar boxes, hand painted them, and re-imagined them into a wall mounted jewelry holder for me. Thanks hon!
I didn’t want to spend a lot…well, actually, I didn’t want to spend anything on wall art appropriately sized to go above my couch. So Matt and I refashioned some frames into an interesting (and free) wall display.
This window framed mirror had a broken pane when I got it, so I replaced it with cork board and added a chalkboard to another one of the panes. Some knobs for hanging things, and a coat of Folk Art oatmeal paint, and it was good to go.
I found this old frame under my stairs, and decided to make it into something more useful…a wall-mounted jewelry holder.