First, I primed it using Krylon's spray primer.
Then, I sprayed multiple thin coats of Krylon's white spray paint.
I don't think I mentioned it before but I had decoupaged decorative scrapbook paper to the sides and top of the table last time I painted it. I didn't worry about peeling it off or covering it completely with paint because I was going to do the same thing this time.
Once the paint was good and dry I attached the scrapbook paper using spray adhesive and then I mod podged over top of it as a protective coating. I'm not sure my pictures show it but the sides are covered with a textured white paper and then the striped paper in the middle.
I wanted to keep things interesting so I chose paper with three different patterns. I made sure they were made up of the same colors so they didn't compete with each other.
How fun are the polka dots inside the drawer?!
I kept the same clear knob on the drawer and I really like it, but I also think one with a big pop of color might look cute, too. So I will keep my eyes open to see what's out there in the world of knobs.
So far I am really enjoying the added touches of white to brighten up our family room. Every room needs a little white, and in our case, a lot less brown! Pin It