Today I wanted to share with you a jewelry organizer that I just sold in my Etsy shop. I'm afraid that I don't have a before picture of it (I know, bad blogger!), but it started out life as a very boring picture frame. I began by painting it a nice and creamy white (of course!), then distressed a bit and followed with Ralph Lauren's antiquing glaze. I had hubby cut a piece of wood to fit the inner dimensions of the frame. I then took my favorite blue and white toile fabric, and adhered it with spray mount adhesive. I picked up this gorgeous fabric a few years ago on a trip to the Big Island of Hawaii (it's so funny, because you just don't think of toile and Hawaii together!), and have used it in so many different projects. It has a great bark cloth texture that I really love. I am almost out of this pretty fabric, sounds like a great excuse to return to Hawaii!
The nobs are actually repurposed drawer knobs, that I spray painted Heirloom White. I then used a bit of Rub-n-Buff in antique gold to highlight all of the wonderful details of the nobs.
Hubby drilled holes in the wood so that I could screw in the nobs (it's so nice to have a handy, helpful hub!).