Today, I wanted to share with you a DIY project I worked on last weekend. It was a simple little project that I have been meaning to tackle but didn't have the time until recently. Lately, I'm all about freshening up the look in our home.
I took a two drawer chest we have in our entryway and painted the drawer fronts in a glossy white (Benjamin Moore, Chantilly Lace). The chest was purchased from Overstock a few years ago (no longer available). While this piece is not something I plan to have for many years to come (the quality is not the greatest), I wanted to change the look of it. I also added new home accessories to the space.
I forgot to take a before picture but the chest was one color, in the dark wood. The handles were black which I changed into a silver antique finish.
Before: Black hardware. I added an adhesive to the hardware before applying a wax metallic finish (in silver and gold).
Changing the accessories really compliments the new look of this chest.
Loving my vintage Westmoreland Milk Glass Ivy Ball vase, purchased from my sister at Design by Occasion, Etsy shop.
The taller, white vase was purchased at IKEA. And, the silver bowl was purchased at Target (Nate Berkus) a couple of years ago.
West Elm marble cleat box.
Luxury candle purchased at HomeGoods. It smells amazing and is packaged in a the cutest, quilted white box.
The next project for this space, hopefully, will be to repaint the entrance area.