An old pine bookcase given a lick of red paint by the girls.
The hot pink and white bunks experiencing a little Antique White.
But my favourite transformation by far:
This pine drawer/door combo bought when Jessie was born and now housing tween/teen clothing.
A roll of cheap paintable Bunnings wallpaper, some Ebay door furniture and voila.
With wallpaper stuck in place with some spray-on adhesive, painting commenced.
What's not to love about a paint colour called Afternoon Storm?
The untidy wallpaper edging to be hidden by some narrow timber moulding.
Measured, cut and then painted with primer first, then a high-gloss appliance white (both in spray cans).
And glued into place.
Thankfully I've never been accused of being a perfectionist, for if you were to look closely you'd find paint streaks and gaps. We call it rustic.
This bedside table also received a coat of afternoon storm.
No special effects though, other than sanding the knobs back to reveal some of the white undercoat.
Truly, I meant to do that.
We've still got curtains to sew, and a ruffle along the bottom of the bunks to hide the spare mattress underneath, artwork and photos to hang, a rug to find.
But most hard to believe is the still constantly present mess of strewn clothes on the floor.