Hi friends! Welcome back to day #2 of my March Madness Series!
I’ve got a sweet little mini shelf makeover that I’m sharing today. I found this last Summer at the thrift store for $3 whole dollars and it has long sold in my booth, but I never got a chance to share it.
Here it is as I found it:
A little homely, but I thought it could be sweet painted. It got a new beadboard backing and a fresh new paint job that gave it an entirely new feel.
This frumpy dated little mini shelf is now a coastal cutie!
It’s not frumpy anymore!
It’s amazing what a little beadboard can do.
I really loved it here in my bathroom, but only if it would stay looking just like this. My hubby would probably claim it, and who wants to see deodorant and nose-hair trimmers on display?
Isn’t that little dress form cute? I found it at the thrift store with a TJ Maxx sticker on the bottom. Perfect for holding necklaces I wear most often.
My boys at the beach…I stole that picture from their bathroom.
It didn’t take much to revive this dated mini shelf at all!
I’ll be back tomorrow sharing what I did to this $10 sofa table:
UPDATE: Bam! HERE it is now!
If you missed yesterday’s makeover, you can see it HERE.
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