So obvious, that I didn't notice until a couple of days after they were on the wall and ON THE BLOG.
I'm WAY too lazy to repaint them, so I found some pretty grosgrain ribbon and used my trusty hot glue gun to embellish the shelves.
I think if someone ever asked me that age old question "If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you take with you?", I'd bring the glue gun and a can of spray paint.
Seriously, I could build a cute little cottage and be endlessly entertained.The accessories are mostly things I already had:
- some old nursing textbooks from my great-grandmother
- a Bible
- some potpourri in a crystal bowl
- a picture of my hubby and me the day I graduated from college
- a square basket
- an old wooden spool with a candle on top
- and a piece of pottery
The baskets on the bottom were 50% off at Joann Fabrics. I didn't want a lot of little things cluttering up the shelves, so I used fewer, larger items. The baskets are empty for now, but I'm sure we'll use them for storage.
The total for the shelf project was about $70, and that includes the MDF, brackets, ribbon and baskets. I already had the plywood paint color.
This week I'm working on the headboard, and the room will be complete!
Check out all of the great Metamorphosis Monday transformations at
Between Naps on the Porch! (only don't look at Susan's bedroom, 'cuz hers is WAY better than mine) :)