I already have a desk but just couldn't pass this one by. I saw it for super cheap and just couldn't help myself. I was going to paint it cream but my friends gave me a hard time for always painting things white or cream. They talked me into a sage green color that turned out nice. I didn't need another desk so I sold it to a cute girl who is going to be a teacher. I am glad it went to a good home. :)Here is the sad desk before...
And the after... much much better, I love what a good paint job can do..
the desk turned out beautiful., love the color!ReplyDelete
ok I need step by step directions on how you do this....I have some bathroom cabinets to redo!ReplyDelete
Nat, We will make you bathroom cabinets beautiful! I will have to come see them to get a look at your whole bathroom-colors ect.ReplyDelete
Oooohhh, it's just GORGEOUS!!! Perfectly lovely colour!ReplyDelete
Love how this turned out and I adore the two-toned look! You did a beautiful job on this and I LOVE the color!ReplyDelete
Awesome job as usual!!! :-)ReplyDelete
Hey, I painted the bed!!! Thanks so much for the tips! It turned out just how I wanted it. Heirloom White...uh oh...I might just start painting everything that color!! ;-) lol
Cat, Im so glad it turned out for you. Yep I know Heirloom White is my favorite..ReplyDelete
The desk looks gorgeous! A fantastic makeover!ReplyDelete
LOVE the desk! did you sand or prime the desk before you painted it? what type of paint did you use?ReplyDelete
Lindsay what color is this green? I have fallen in love with oatbran and foxtrot.....now I need a green too:) thanksReplyDelete
Was the desk solid wood? I have a desk I would like to paint, but it has that wood looking vinyl and some has come off. Do I sand it, or pill it all off?ReplyDelete
I absolutely love your blog!! I found you through pinterest (your amazing sofa table) and am now looking through all your past projects! So inspiring :) can I ask if that desk you redid above was laminex? I have a desk that I want to paint but not sure if you can just paint over laminex or not?? Thanks so much for your help!ReplyDelete