No wooden, metal, or plastic surface is safe.
The two weeks before Addison’s arrival, I went a little nuts.
Don’t worry. I wore a mask. Gloves too.
I’m sure I looked awesome.
Nine month prego belly, yellow rubber gloves, white mask . . . awesome.
Here is one of my projects: Painting the roll-top desk I received from my Aunt.
This desk was my great-grandmothers.
I actually have a hard time bringing myself to paint sentimental antique furniture, even with my severe painting obsession.
However, when I realized the only place for the desk was in Addie’s room, I was able to make the leap.
It started out like this, as did the chair, which I did not get a before picture of due to my
lack of patience great work ethic.
This color is “APPLE RUSTOLEUM”. Love it. I also purchased KEY LIME, but it was a little too flourescent.
A few antique crystal knobs from Urban Outfitters at $4 a pop completed the look! I am so glad I took the scary step of painting an antique heirloom! I know Addie will love her desk for years to come.