This post is all about change,
and plastic surgery certainly is a change!
I want to share my opinion about my having it... and then show a picture of my new knobs. They are much bigger than the old ones.
First of all let me explain...
Now, I kind of understand the latter. Here is just one of the many reasons why... it seems that I am never, ever, happy with a new haircut. I have to come home and "fix" it. Just think how that would work after plastic surgery!
Okay. I get his point.
But if I casually mention having a B@@B job (I spelled it that way, so I won't get bombarded by search engines), he is not as quick to dismiss the idea. Humph!
So anyway, I think for now I will just be repairing and rejuvenating the other old broken down stuff around the house... and not me.
So here are the new knobs...
The knobs were a lucky find (1/2 off) at Hobby Lobby. I had originally purchased them for my bathroom cabinets. The beige/white finish inspired me to paint the dresser the same color.
I first painted it bright white and then glazed it with a light taupe. The dresser is one I've had for over 20 years. I used the semi gloss paint that we used in the bathroom and for the bathroom cabinets.
So I figured it basically cost nothing!
(But I guess now I will have to buy
more knobs for the bathroom cabinets.)
This dresser is in my newly refinished closet that I shared last week. It is on the fourth wall that I did not show... as I was waiting to add this dresser.
I still haven't downsized this section of the closet. These are my really casual clothes. Hopefully it will look better after some organizing. (I need to color code)
"A place for everything and
every thing in it's place".
The next step in my Master Bathroom redo is to paint the bathroom cabinets. Hopefully that will be ready for next week.
I am participating in these events this week. I hope you will have time to visit them as they are full of great ideas by some really creative bloggers.
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The Shabby Chic cottage
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