The last couple of years, anything with drawers, small cabinets or cubbies have been very good sellers in our shop. I picked these up at a flea market about a year ago. They were the standard issue library card catalog drawers in that drab army green. I only sold one of them so I decided to give them a makeover with some spray paint. I like the result. They now have a very fun look to them and I can think of so many ways to use these.
The first drawer was painted with Krylon Teal spray paint.
The second drawer got a coat of Krylon Jade, sort of a green blue.
The third drawer received a coat of Colonial Red from Rustoleum. When they were all dry, I wiped them down with Minwax Jacobean stain, finished them with a clear coat and they have a whole new look. These would even be great with plants in them.
I'm happy to announce the winner of the Ramsign give-away did get back to me. Congratulations, Marilyn.
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