So that means I have room for another furniture piece in my booth and I just finished a new something so that was perfect timing!
You may remember the before sneak peek of this little credenza from a few days ago.
I found this at the Habitat store a couple of years ago and used it 'as is' in my home for awhile but now I'm ready to let it go and in order to do that, it needed a makeover!
It's kind of a unique little piece of furniture... only the side, angled doors open, the center does not, but the shelves go all the way through!
I removed the doors and hardware.
I like to put all the hardware together with the small pieces in a zip-lock bag so I don't lose anything.
Most of it was in pretty good shape, except for the top.
After a light sanding and three coats of Country White it was starting to look better!
I didn't worry too much about painting a straight line along the bottom shelf...
...because I used some cute contact paper to spruce up the shelves!
A little distressing and a coat of poly and it's been given a new life!!
Sometimes I like the look of the original pulls and a nice new paint job. It worked well on this piece I think.
I'm happy with how it turned out. Sometimes I wish I could be a little more creative but white sells so white it is!
P.S. I had originally called this piece Mid-Century Modern but one of my lovely readers pointed out that it is a 1970's piece... duh... I can see that now! Thank you so much for keeping me straight!!