What better way to recycle an old piece of furniture than to upcycle it into something brand new? Don’t you love the artsy flair to this antique chest? I’m all about it! I love antiques and I love color so this DIY project is right up my alley!
You could call me a lover of all eclectic type things. The space I live in is full of color and life because I believe life is about all types of colors…bright ones!
My home is very cozy and this is the term that I always here when I have guests into my home. I have so many interesting things that surround me and create a warm feeling in my soul. This is definitely one of the new additions to my space! It fits right in and has a new life now!
Many of us fans of art call all projects like this FUN! I get excited about things like this and hope you do to. Don’t get me wrong, I love many types of decor, but I happen to fancy the artsy bright colors like Plaid Crafts does in this tutorial.
If this is your bag, like it is mine, I know that you’ll love this project as much as I do. It’s an easy project and all you need is a great piece of furniture that you might have stored somewhere in your garage, if not, go down to your local thrift store to pick one up. Then you’ll need some paint (he uses chalk paint), some great colorful wall paper and some Mod Podge!
Watch how Plaid Craft does this cool chest in their step by step tutorial.