I'm horrible about getting my WW posts up in time, so I'm doing this the day before Wednesday in hopes of FINALLY having one up for Wednesday.
When my daughters wanted a nightstand, I decided to find one and redo it for them.
The end result isn't anything I'd pick for myself, but it's what my girls wanted and they love it.
I used the turquoise paint we have for the youngest's room because it goes well with the pink in the big girls' room (I also used it on their dresser which isn't quite done yet). We scoured the scrapbook aisle for papers they liked and I cut those into squares and decoupaged the top and side with Mod Podge (inspired by this adorable dresser I found through Pinterest). I used the leftover paper scraps and the same dark pink paint I used for table accents on this "Magic" canvas I made for their room. Somehow, I screwed up and got paint drips on the top, so I covered those with butterfly wall stickers from the Dollar Tree (which are also on their dresser). I sanded down the edges to distress it.
I'm not happy with the handles, but I just painted and reused the existing ones for now. Anyone have any ideas for alternatives? It's so busy that I'm not sure what to do. I'm leaning towards these. I saw a turquoise painted dresser on pinterest with these black half-circle pulls and I loved the look. What say you? Do you think they'll work?