This is not my typical style, mid century modern and more clean lines. It was fun to do something a bit different. But also challenging!
I'm not a fan of measuring, taping, or being precise for that matter. And this project required all three of these things! They are not perfect but not bad for my first time doing this kind of furniture makeover. I think they would look awesome in a little boys room, on either side of a bed, holding Legos and such!
Another cool thing about these nights stands is the drawers are interchangeable since they're all the same size! So you can change up the pattern any time you like! When I painted them I used four different shades and I tried to randomly chose colors for each triangle so there's no set pattern.
I wanted to share a little more exciting news! Tomorrow we head to the east coast for my sister's wedding (I'm so excited to see family and friends and experience the beautiful fall colors!) and when we get back we close escrow on our new house!
I was going to wait to share with you until we closed escrow, but I just couldn't wait to share! It's a fixer upper so I will be posting pictures of our progress often! I would love for you to follow along on this new exciting journey with me! And I will be asking for your advice and help along the way!
Don't forget to sign up for an email subscription to my blog, Follow me on Bloglovin! Or "like" my Facebook Page so we can stay connected through this new adventure!
Linked up to:http://missmustardseed.com/, http://elizabethandco.blogspot.com/, http://www.lizmarieblog.com, http://www.stonegableblog.com, http://cityfarmhouse.com/, http://www.thegoldensycamore.com,http://www.findingsilverpennies.com/, http://www.thegirlcreative.com/