Trashy Tuesday Dumpster Bookshelf Makeover
Happy Trashy Tuesday! I have been hanging out in the Dumpsters again, but my dirty ways are paying off.
Do you remember a few months back I got this bookshelf, My Junk Network tipped me off that it was waiting for me behind Target.
This is the sad state it was in. Not too bad, compared to a lot of the JUNK I find!
I patched up the side. Then added panels made from the bottoms of drawers to the side! I painted them with Chalkboard paint, then used Gorilla Wood Glue to secure them to the sides.
Once the Dumped Bookshelf was patched up, I turned my attention to the beauty phase. Time for my favorite CeCe Caldwell’s paints. I base painted the entire piece in Vermont Slate. Once this was dry, I went over the outside with one coat of CeCe Caldwell’s Silverhill Fog. This is a beautiful translucent Grey color. Unlike most of CeCe Caldwell’s paints, which are highly pigmented, Silvherhill Fog is lightly pigmented to give an ethereal, translucent look.
I left the inside of the bookshelf in Vermont Slate. I love the contrast of the Greys on my Dumpster Found Bookshelf!
Some new jewelry for the doors, and I have a brand new Bookshelf for my daughter’s room. Because this was a Dumpster Bookshelf Makeover, it cost me nothing!
Hope you have a totally Trashy week. If you enjoyed this Furniture Makeover using leftover parts, check out what I did with this Bookshelf turned rolling cart!
If you would love to learn how to makeover your own junk, and you live in the SF Bay Area, or will be visiting, come to one of my workshops with my partner at Oui Redoux in Livermore, CA! You can check us out and sign up for a workshop!