A few months ago my folks were packing up their home to move to the Carolinas. I drove up to spend one last evening and pick up a few of my things they had. On that trip, my mom had a few things set aside to be donated. Among the donations I found a fabulous wicker bathroom shelf, Mom asked if I wanted and said I could spray paint it any color I wanted. Well, of course I could, I don’t tell people a can of spray paint is a girl’s best friend for nothing. A fresh coat of paint is the easiest and most economical way to take something from drab to fab.
The shelf was a dull cream with no personality to speak of. Can you say boring?
I chose Valspar’s Tropical Foliage spray paint. It is paint and primer in one. Wicker can be tricky to paint, and it took two cans for full coverage.
I knew I wanted to go with a bright green, taken from a new shower curtain to compliment the other colors in the guest bath.
A while back I found the gorgeous drawer pulls made with a silvered glass. At the time I bought them, I had no idea what I would use them for. As the paint dried, I knew the pulls would provide a bit of bling and a welcomed contrast to the finished piece.
So, what do you think?