While on vacation I stopped into the local Goodwill on a whim.
I had a great time browsing books (bought 3), handbags (bought one fun tote),
and of course, the furniture.
I found this little nightstand which I HAD to have.
(Sorry kids, I am not sure how we are all getting home now)
The style is similar to some furniture we had growing up,
but mostly I love the lines of this little dresser.
Best of all, it was $6.99.
I decided to go the easy route, and bought a vintage white spray paint
that boasted "no sanding or prep work needed".
I was happy with what 2 coats of paint gave me.
I was in a panic, because I could only remove the top knob for painting.
After one coat, though, I saw that the spray paint really filled in nicely around the
lower drawer pulls, so I guess I got lucky on that.
This will probably end up in my reading nook,
a place to stash all my notebooks and highlighters,
but for now I am enjoying it in the corner of our breakfast area,
where it can hold my (fake) Scentsy.
I love the final product,
and this has inspired me to take on more makeovers for around the house.
This may move around a few times before it finally finds it's permanent home,
but for now I think it's a great start.
Feeling ready to makeover your own little piece?
I used Krylon Fusion Gloss paint in Dover White.
Be sure to link up your post in my comments so I can come peek!