My impatient streak continues. I'm going to show you a nearly-but-not-quite-finished project that is completely unstyled. Heck, we didn't even clean up before I snapped these pictures.
My client had this old mid-century console that was in rough shape. Her dad refinished the exterior, but the doors and drawers were a mess, and my client wanted to transform it into a quirky statement piece for her family/play room.
Enter vintage wallpaper and some leftover navy chalkboard paint.
So cute, right? I love that the wallpaper has lots of movement and a cream background to lighten the piece. And leaving the pulls in their natural wood state connects the front of the piece to the outside.
After testing various adhesives on a piece of plywood at home, we ended up using mod podge, both under and over the paper, and are pretty happy with the results. I did not take step by step how-to photos, but I can try to break it down another day if anyone would like to try this at home.
Hey, don't forget to enter the Novica giveaway!