***This is part three of a three part, weekend projects series. Read my first post on a pop of color makeup mirror, and my second on a DIY tiered teal necklace. Enter this giveaway at the end of this post***
If you’ve been following my blog for at least a few months you know that I recently repainted my makeup vanity. (See vanity tutorial here) Looking to make my makeup room uniform, I decided to update my jewelry stand as well.
This is how the jewelry stand looked before I completely redid it.
It was a pretty standard oak jewelry stand before. To prepare the oak for a new white color to match my vanity, I sanded down the wood with 100 grit sand paper. I didn’t do a super thorough job of the sanding because it wasn’t needed. Next, using a 3 in 1 primer in white, I painted the outside. Next, using my favorite spray paint, Plutonium. I covered the entire thing in 2 coats of white. If you’d like to read an in depth review of Plutonium’s products, click here to see a previous Plutonium paint review. If not, just know I exclusively use Plutonium for all my craft projects and small furniture updates.
To finish off the paint job I used an acrylic top coat.
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