We live in a house that was built in 1917--nothing fancy, just a nice little farmhouse style home. Previous owners added a closet to our upstairs bedroom (thanks for than) and installed
good quality mirrored closet doors. Hurray for quality and no thanks to the seventies flashback. Just don't have the bucks to replace them right now, but my husband says short of that, I can do anything I want to them. Okay, he has hidden the sledge hammers. Are there any specific techniques or products to paint them? Ideally, I would paint them the same color as the room.
Commented on Jul 23, 2012
could you scavenge some vintage doors somewhere around? like french doors? or maybe just the
Update to my dear Home Talk friends....I am still out of state but check in regularly to see how everyone is! I am returning a couple of days early so let the mural begin!!!!! I am so excited and my daughter will be standing by with the camera for a step by step tutorial and progress reports! Start the countdown....just 5 days to go..WOOO HOOO!!!
I had a Blue Dresser that I had sitting in my basement for ever that kept screaming out TV Stand... TV Stand...But every time I went to the Basement I looked at it and kept saying to
myself SELF... Today is the Day... Well by the time I finally decided to do something with it, It had so much piled on top of it that it took me the whole Day to dig it out... well I was bound and determined and I finally got it up the stairs and out side..and here is what I did with that OLD Blue Dresser
I had a bunch of cheap thrifted and dollar store vases that were taking up space. I spray painted them with white spray paint and now they look like ceramic! You can see exactly how I did it and what I used here: