I have a Dumpster Bookshelf TURNED ROLLING ISLAND!
How is this possible you might be asking? A few power tools, some casters, reclaimed wood, and of course CeCe Caldwell’s Paints and their new ALL NATURAL Stain!
The Bookshelf was pretty bulky. I wasn’t sure what to do with it, but I knew it had potential. Check out my video to see exactly how I built it. If you like what you see, be sure to subscribe to my channel to get the latest DIY and Tutorials (with humor of course).
Now for the beautifying part. I painted the body in all new Thomasville Teal from CeCe Caldwell’s 100% Chalk and Clay Based paints.
I wanted to bring out the beauty in the reclaimed wood, and I wanted to keep my project as earth friendly and green as possible. I used CeCe Caldwell’s new ALL NATURAL Stain in Kukui.
I wanted my piece to have some extra protection for the surface, in case it was really put to the test in someone’s kitchen. I used CeCe Caldwell’s hard wearing Endurance. I have even used this stuff on my stairs! It is tough. And, I have a video for how to apply Endurance too.
Will you ever look at a cheap bookshelf the same again?
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