I painted the cabinet door frame with a golden yellow and then red paint.
I distressed it a little allowing the yellow to peek out in places.
I cut a thin board to fit the inside of the door frame.
I painted it with chalkboard paint and secured it onto the frame.
Then I added a rustic black metal knob.
It seemed that each project I worked on that week had a similar theme.
They were all red or black and each one of them are pieces that I could see in a cafe.
See what I mean?
A repurposed vintage pie tin cloche,
a headboard repurposed into a bon appetit sign,
and lastly, a cabinet door repurposed into a chalkboard sign
that could be used as a menu or special of the day board.
I know this post doesn't have anything to do with spring,
which seems to be on everyones mind,
but I did want to share that last repurpose project with you.
Now I'll be getting back to spring stuff too.
I've got some ideas floating around in my head for Easter decor for our cabin.
How's your Easter decorating coming along?
Do you like to decorate with the traditional pastel colors
or do you tend to try to match your home decor colors?
I like decorating both ways, but this year I'm going to stay neutral with earthy tones.
Greens, creams, and browns. Kindof a rustic,natural Easter theme.
'til next time,