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Distressed paint adds charm to this vintage storage piece. Learn how to give your furniture a distressed look here: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/paint/projects/paint-projects-ideas-and-patterns/?socsrc=bhgpin052212#page=5 Cabinets, Mirror, Paintings Furniture, Closet Spaces, The Doors, Cabinets, Bedrooms, Accessories, Design
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Craft space organization: If you only have a closet or a small nook (could be covered by a pretty curtain or doors), this is an awesome way to get organized - the rolling cart is at IKEA and the white boxes to the r/h side are from Michael's - often at 40% off. The ribbon/etc holder also from Michael's, but would be easy to build and probably more sturdy.
Decorating with Summer Whites: This Queen Anne-style armoire wore a dark finish until a few layers of paint and a bit of sanding gave it a distressed look that suits this all-white bedroom. Layer different shades of white to provide more texture and a sense of age to a room. Even an old metal chandelier found new life thanks to white paint.
No more searching around the house for your favorite movies and magazines. This armoire relies on labeled boxes to corral entertainment essentials. Using coordinating baskets is a stylish and strategic way to keep games, CDs, and DVDs organized.