Dry Sink Make Over - My Inspiration a Pottery Barn Cabinet
I love looking through the Pottery Barn catalogues that I receive in the mail almost weekly. They have several painted furniture pieces that I like and I decided to try and "copy" this green cabinet. I would love to see the PB cabinet in person, but the store I visited several weeks ago said that they didn't have it in stock and that most stores didn't have it either. So I took the catalogue picture and studied it for awhile and then decided to jump into the project. CeCe Caldwell's Spring Hill Green, Maine Harbor Blue, Simply White, Mississippi Mud and a touch of Virginia Chestnut is what I decided to use on this dry sink. Dry sinks are hard to find but they are such a neat piece of furniture to use in any home. You could use it as a drink station, a buffet, or it also looks cute in an outdoor kitchen. CeCe Caldwell's chalk and clay paints are so easy and fun to use. I love painting with the paints and I also love the finishes - wax, aging cream, and satin finish. If you are wanting to learn how to use these wonderful paints and finishes stop by and sign up for a Paint Made Easy 101 class at our shop "Fresh" on 403 College Street in Jasper. We will be open Friday, Saturday, and Monday. Have a blessed week!