Waterfall Vanity With Homemade Chalk Paint

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OK, Hometalk, I asked and LISTENED!!! I never listen! I had this Waterfall vanity that was in really bad shape. Parts were missing, there were cracks, it needed me. Prior to selling my painted furniture, I thought I would cut this thing in half and give one side to each of my girls. I asked Hometalkers and the majority said I should just paint it. So I did. There's no blog post yet...it's like you're getting a sneak peak! Don't you love a good secret?!?!?! And...tomorrow's post is going to give you a peak at all the furniture I've painted this summer, or at least in the last two weeks! Enjoy, get inspired!!!
Well, here it is:
Tired, dirty, cracked, chipped, old Waterfall Vanity.
Nevermind the mess...isn't she pretty?!?!?! Thanks Hometalk friends! Great suggestion!
Rachel @I'llJustPaintIt.com
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  • Karen Karen on Jan 31, 2021

    Did you sand it before painting it? I have a vanity very similar. It was my mother’s .

    I want to start chalk painting projects but a newbie .

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  • Jesse Phillips Jesse Phillips on May 06, 2018

    what do u use to attach the mirror. I have one but am missing the hardware... I don't trust it just sitting there

  • Kim Kim on May 20, 2019

    Very beautiful!! I had a vanity just like this one when I was a little girl. I would love to find one!! Great job!!