Good morning! Can I just take a moment to say thank you to all of you who stop by here each day to visit? It means the world to me to have you here. I love to read your comments and super sweet emails, and I read and reply to them all! I truly do appreciate each and every one, so thank you!!
Ok who’s up for this dated little doozy today?
What were we all thinking with the hearts? Seriously? The thrift stores are full of pieces just like this.
Well that part of this little shelf luckily was able to be removed…so goodbye, heart!!
I don’t miss it one bit, do you? That instantly updated this functional little shelf.
When I’m thrifting for pieces to redo for my booth, I always try to look for items that have a function. If a buyer can imagine what they’ll do with an item, they will be more likely to buy. I liked that this had a shelf for storage and a bar for hanging a towel, two functions!
I added beadboard to the back of it just like I did with the mini-shelf makeover at the start of this series. It adds so much charm.
I borrowed this sign from my boys’ bathroom…
It belongs to a set of three you can see HERE.
I love coastal décor.
This shelf has been hanging around my garage for forever. The hearts were really throwing me off, even though I knew I was going to remove that part. Finally I removed it and just painted it white already. I then decided I wanted it to be blue, but I like the little bit of white peeking through.
My point though is that sometimes you just need to start, even if you start in the wrong direction. That’s how many of my projects go and then I’m inspired as I go!
UPDATE: You’re in luck! See it HERE now!
Have you missed any cheapo makeovers in this fun series so far? Catch up on yesterday’s post HERE, and the rest here:
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