Monday, January 28, 2013

Goodwill Mantle Mirror Makeover

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Good Morning my Beauties, or at least I hope so.
For those of you that follow on Facebook, I know I said I wasn't going to do a post
because of my migraine, but I didn't want to disappoint...
Plus we are suppose to have some Ice Storm so I thought I better do this in
case we loose power or something and the kids are home.......AGAIN...:)


I thought I would quick show you this Mirror I had gotten at Goodwill.
I loved the shape of it and am sure it came off a dresser or vanity.
I was not in love with the dark stain though. Normally I like the richness of it...but it wasn't a
pretty wood or grain and I have an Oak mantle. I didn't like how it looked together.
So I just grabbed some of my Vintage White Ce Ce Caldwells paint and slapped on a couple coats.
 

Making sure to not be too careful, since I wanted it look like it had been painted and repainted and scuffed and old...:)

When it was done, I used a green scrub sponge and scuffed it up some more...then I waxed it..

and VOILA...I love it....It looks perfect on my mantle now and am loving it painted...
See short and simple...
I hope you enjoyed this little post and hopefully tomorrow I will be
as good as new.
Have a BEAUTIFUL day!!!!

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10 comments:

Laura @ Our Prairie Home said...

Amazing what a couple coats of paint can do! Love the transformation, Karin!

NanaDiana said...

Karin-That looks great painted. It turned out great! I love the lines of the piece. Did you take the mirror out before you painted it or tape it instead? I have a big one to do and haven't started yet-because I can't decide whether to remove the mirror...xo Diana

Kathryn J Cain said...

love the look and the family pics are the best accent. hope you get to feeling better soon....I get them too...get well soon. Hope the weather misses you.

Gypsy Heart said...

Oh my, I have migraines too so I feel for you! Hope it goes away quickly.

The mirror looks great! Such a positive difference isn't it?

xo
Pat

Christy James said...

Wow! What a difference paint can make! Gorgeous:)

Christy
www.confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

srpprcrftr said...

Oh can I please have that mirror when you're tired of it? I'm a very patient person. I so love mirrors in different shapes, what a wonderful transformation you did on it. The chalk paint was the perfect solution. Aren't you clever for seeing that. Enjoy. Why can't I find something great like that at our Goodwill? Guess I get there too late. Maybe I could go tomorrow to see what's hanging out there. See if I can budge hubs.

Good Time Charlie said...

Looks like an expensive boutique mirror now! Great work as always!

Sumaya at Evocative Vintage said...

Wow! Stunning makeover!

I am now sold on using my CeCe Caldwell vintage white on my latest find, a boring brown cabinet with lovely details. Go and have a look at my latest post!

Well done Karin!:)

lynn cockrell said...

Your mirror looks terrific and it looks great where you placed it above the mantel! Don't you just love Goodwill?

Pamela said...

Your mirror is beautiful! Thanx for sharing lady!