Sewing and crafting makes for a general mess because I need all kinds of stuff around to inspire and fulfill my projects. The lucky thing is that I have a room of my own to do all this in. In a normal home this room was meant as a dining room, but we have a perfectly wonderful large open area in our kitchen much more suitable and formal dining is not our thing.
The room is great but what do you do with all the fabric, ribbon, lace, paint, glue, buttons, etc. that need a place?
I took the dresser from my daughter's vacated room and moved it downstairs and somehow thought that it would be sufficient. Think again!
It filled up in no time.
Then I found a little shabby $10 baby dresser at a garage sale. Sturdy but ugly. I got out my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in duck egg which I still have a LOT of after painting a jelly cupboard and quickly spiffed it up. But the best part are the Omni Gel transfer method I learned here .
Next came the knobs. The original wood were a real mess and I needed a fairly large coverage for some damage I didn't want to spend time on. I found these at Hobby Lobby.
BUT, I am not really happy with the look so this is still a work in progress.
I want to find some pretty glass knobs. What do you think? If you have a suggestion, please leave a comment. Maybe rubbing a little color on them would help. They are already not solidly white. Please leave a comment if you have a suggestion.