It's all about subtlety these days, right?
At least that is what I am telling myself after a revamp that didn't really meet my expectations.
Let me start from the beginning...
I've been looking for a piece to add to our screened-in porch that would not only add more surface space but also storage.
I first fell in love with this blue cabinet that I came across while thrifting on our road trip, but alas, there was no way it was fitting into our car so it had to stay in Michigan.
Back home, I remembered this wicker (ok, not this one, per say, I forgot to take a before picture!) 4 drawer chest that I purchased as extra storage for the nursery when we lived in London.
One coat of primer, two coats of Sherwin Williams Timid Blue (left over from the BGR project), and a coat of clear protective enamel later.
She has a new look.
Subtle, yes, but against a white backdrop I hope she will shine.
Tell me what you think?
Perhaps not the pop I was looking for, but still a change I'm liking.
(Next time I guess I should pony up for some new paint.)
Accessorized with a vintage glass jug, iron and glass hurricane candle holder and a ball jar filled with fresh clippings...it's a lovely addition to our almost completed screened-in porch.
Here's a peek as the porch comes together.
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Until next time,