We cleaned it up and my man gave it a fresh coat of white paint.
He's laughing because he knows he is going on the blog!
Then I decided to use some paper that was gray and yellow with the chevron look and modge podge it on the cabinet. So I trimmed the paper to fit and I done 3 coats of modge podge letting it dry in between coats.
While drying I began to decide on the things I wanted to use on the little cabinet for decor.
I just had to use my little clothespin plant holder.
I found this little sign at the Dollar General and thought it would be perfect to use on my cabinet.
I found this cute camera at Ross and fell in love with it! The camera had just enough blue in it that I knew that it would go great with my gray, yellow and blues I was using. AND I just liked it!
I had found this basket for a 25 cents at a yard sale as well. It was bright yellow but rusted somewhat and the yellow had began to fade. Spray painted it blue and it stores my cute little clothes pins that my friend Shirley Williams gave to me.
Nestled all my little goodies on top of my new cabinet.
And...I am happy as a little bee with cabinet makeover for my laundry room!
This was my old bench that I've had for years in my laundry room. It stored EVERYTHING! Actually...way more than it needed to store. It became a place to "dump it all in there". I cleaned it up and it now sits in the grand's play room for them to use as a toy box.
And I replaced it with little cutie! Not too big and not to small. Durable enough that you can sit on it. Just enough space to hold a few pairs of shoes and enough room in the storage bench that I can store magazine's or
Remember the rag tie clothes pin wreath I made?
And the little sign?
Worked out perfect with a floating shelf and coat hanger. And the good part is when I hang sweaters or jackets up on the hanger part I have another place to hang my little sign in the laundry room too.
Simple and not over powering but just enough for my small laundry room.
Stay tuned for makeover on panel box and cabinets over washing machine and dryer!
It's all coming together.
Hugs and blessings, Cindy