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DIY on the Cheap: Simplify & Paint Black

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 29, 2013 01:02 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Jan 14, 2013

Got a piece of furniture you don’t LOVE? Or an accessory that is almost right but just not quite right? Before you donate it to your local thrift store or try to sell it on Craiglist, why not enact a super simple, potentially Scandinavian-inspired, cheap and easy-to-do makeover? Simplify and — Continue reading …




 

 

Got a piece of furniture you don’t LOVE? Or an accessory that is almost right but just not quite right? Before you donate it to your local thrift store or try to sell it on Craiglist, why not enact a super simple, potentially Scandinavian-inspired, cheap and easy-to-do makeover? Simplify and paint it black.

What do we mean? By simplify, we encourage you to take away any ornament that you may not like — that might mean removing drawers, doors or door pulls and handles. It might mean sanding off elements that add unneeded detail. Simplify. Then, paint it black. We advocate for a sleek matte black, but a glossy black could work in the right space. If you have black in your space already, it’ll seamlessly fit right in. If not, it’ll be quite the statement piece.

What do you think about this advice?

Image and idea spark: Viktor Donovan blog.

 


 

 

 
 
 

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