I Upscaled My Baker's Rack in the Front Entry!

The glass shelves on the Baker's Rack that sits in the front entry at Sweetwater always get water spots and dust that needed too frequent cleaning. I solved the problem by attaching some fabulous printed burlap and twine with mounting tissue. The look is pretty "chic chic" don't you think? A little ScotchGuard should keep them looking fabulous for a long time!
Printed Burlap ($10 a yard) and some twine....from the basment stash.
A roll of mounting tissue that applies with an iron.
Water spotted glass shelves that are a pet peeve.
Ooh La La....so very fancy!

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  • Michele Eures
    on Mar 1, 2014

    This is beautiful! May I steal this idea?

  • Shirley Kalinosky
    on Aug 30, 2014

    Thanks for sharing this. I would never had thought to do this to our corner shelving unit, but now that you did, it might work for mine. Thanks for the inspiration!

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