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Old Posted: 15-12-2010 , 12:01 AM #16
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That looks fantastic. Great Job.
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Old Posted: 23-05-2012 , 04:00 PM #17
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Obviously I couldn't find the same paint, so I mixed up paint I already had, to come up with a similar colour. Have to love cost-nothing-makeovers!
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Old Posted: 23-05-2012 , 08:25 PM #18
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That's gorgeous!!! well done it looks really French!!!
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Old Posted: 23-05-2012 , 08:26 PM #19
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Shonastar the chest of drawers looks gorgeous with the finished mirror. I hope someone thinks to pin it on Pinterest, I am not signed up there so I can't.
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Old Posted: 23-05-2012 , 09:13 PM #20
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Thanks Melissa and Tick tock! I can send you an invite for Pinterest if you like, think I just need your email address if you want to PM me, I absolutely love the site and have pinned a few things I've done x
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Old Posted: 24-05-2012 , 08:57 AM #21
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Wow! Fantastic transformation, inspirational to those of us who gets tired of things, buys something new and shiny rather than giving them a new (and much improved) lease of life!
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Old Posted: 25-05-2012 , 04:53 PM #22
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this is the nicest piece ive ever seen done on jumbletown, the room looks beautiful and the stools are fab , pack that boyfriend out to live in "his " garage !
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Old Posted: 25-05-2012 , 06:51 PM #23
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Hi Wisteria and Poguesfan! That was brilliant lol! He gets it into his head every few months that he needs to clean it out, this time round he has started to tile the floor, (bit ridiculous with all the junk in the way!) But every cloud has a silver lining, am hoping to come across more stuff to makeover, I'll keep in mind the idea of turning it into a mancave ha ha xx
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Old Posted: 21-06-2012 , 10:09 AM #24
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The mirror really makes a great job of it
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Old Posted: 22-06-2012 , 04:35 PM #25
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fantastic job .....well worth the work!
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Old Posted: 22-06-2012 , 07:15 PM #26
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Thanks to jeep2 and Mumsy123 for the kind comments, have to say it's one of my favourite makeovers, only sorry I didn't think to add the mirror months/years ago lol!!
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Old Posted: 23-06-2012 , 05:01 PM #27
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Well done it is absolutely fabulous.
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Old Posted: 24-06-2012 , 11:32 AM #28
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It's beautiful, I love seeing these type of things!
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Old Posted: 30-09-2012 , 08:59 AM #29
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Hi
Fab job. Well done to you. What did you do with the handles and what did you use? I have some nice brass handles and would like silver ones. Is this possible?
Thanks for your time.
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Old Posted: 01-10-2012 , 07:28 AM #30
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Hi Casablanca, I spray painted the handles, gave them about 3/4 thin coats each, and they've stood the test of time. I'm pretty sure you can get silver spray paint, just make sure its for metal, hope that helps and best of luck x
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