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Shabby Chic upcycling

It had seen better days, was really getting in the way and had definitely served it’s purpose. I’m talking about the 1930s bedside cabinet which I had painted in vibrant blue and farmyard pig pink for the nursery.

Blue and pink nursery storage

I can’t take all the credit for the DIY, however I can for the styling! Here’s the final result, complete with vintage, embroidered curtain and Victorian-style stencil on a shabby chic pebble-grey painted background. I already had the materials used so the only cost was for the curtain wire and hooks at a whopping £2.19! 😉

Under sink storage

 

 

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This entry was posted on August 16, 2016 by .
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