My last post featured a cabinet door repurposed into a fun chalkboard sign. But I couldn’t stop there.
While browsing the Habitat For Humanity ReStore for this post, I came across some retro cabinet doors that were just screaming for a makeover! So I bought a bunch.
Seriously might be the most inexpensive wall art!
Can you picture it yet?
This is my paint stash. . . how do I choose?
Very carefully. . .
Martha has great paint colors!
Some wood filler makes the holes from the handles just disappear.
And it always needs a good sanding. I love the sponge sanders because they get down in the nooks and crannies much better.
I love color! I used a creamy base color over the whole thing, then painted each square a different color.
I then got the sander out again and roughed up the edges and paint. This is one of my favorite looks.
Next up is the secret weapon. . . Valspar Antiquing Glaze. I absolutely love this stuff. It just finishes a piece so well by adding the right amount of texture and depth.
What do you think?
I like this fun mirror better!
But it works well here, in my office!
I stare at it everyday. The colors, the glaze, the shape, it makes me happy! And it was so easy and so inexpensive!
Looks pretty cute above this repurposed door frame I recently created. If you want to learn more about that. . . stay tuned!
What have you repurposed lately? Share below!