I posted about the lamp I found for Lauren's room a few weeks back and it got me thinking about what I could do to her nightstand. There is a matching nightstand that I was going to paint white and use in William's room, but decided the unused one needed to be as bold as the lamp.
What do you think? Bold enough?
I think it's perfect for my packed full of personality preschooler:)
Here was the before. I actually bought the set for $25 off Craigslist 5 years ago and painted them black. I'm thrilled they are being repurposed again.
Unfortunately, I'm not as skilled as Billy is with a can of spray paint.
He lightly sanded everything and was good to go.
We've had good luck with this brand and the best luck when the humidity is low. Sticky air means bubbles.
Ladies and gentlemen, please don't be fooled by Billy's charm and good looks. He isn't always so willing to help when my wheels start spinning. Projects usually involve beers, and not because they are difficult but because he has you-know-who critiquing and questioning him at every step. And a post-project nap? Let's be honest, spray painting doesn't take a lot out of you...but I go along with it because I'll need his expertise again soon.
My favorite part are the glass knobs that I had picked up at Home Goods months ago. They complete the nightstand and dress it up.
Mrs. Mouse got her cookie and glass of milk and Mr. Mouse is praying she stays on task on completes one project at a time!
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