Over the last 14 years or so this cupboard has been valuable storage in the various homes we have lived in during that time ( 11 different houses I think at last count!) It has done duty in a study storing paperwork, a playroom holding puzzles, a dining room displaying crockery, and even in a hallway as a sort of general dumping ground. It was a super cheap buy and I remember intending to paint it from the very beginning, but just never got round to it. However, last time I was down at my local local hardware store, I impulsively picked a paint sample from the stand and had one of the tiny sample pots mixed up in this sea green colour. An hour later, and the insides of the shelves were done! I love the depth this gives the the rather deep cubby holes and the way the colour highlights the various vases and collections that I have displayed.
Now, I just need to get round to the other items on my procrastination list - rug, plant pot, upholstery, window cleaning....
|Hmmmm. Mental note: twist bottom left handle around a bit. It is funny how the camera highlights things you never notice in real life :)|