I started off by removing the wood detail accent pieces,
so that I could remove the three mirror sections.
Then I glued and nailed a board to the bottom lip to create a shelf.
This lip would've originally rested the mirror on the top of a vanity.
I stained the new shelf board with a dark stain and let it dry overnight
before painting the entire piece with Amy Howard chalk paint in Bauhaus Buff.
I stained the shelf dark because the entire piece was dark wood and I wanted the exposed
wood areas to match when I distressed the white paint.
It took a few coats of white paint to get good coverage everywhere.
Once it was dry, I distressed the edges lightly and used a clear wax to seal and protect it.
Lastly, I put the three mirror sections back by attaching the wood accent pieces back on.
I love how it turned out. I especially love the curvy details, don't you?
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a blessed day.
'til next time,