I thought I'd take a break from Christmas stuff and share the most recent headboard bench we did. We're going to start on another soon, as my grandmother passed away yesterday & left a gorgeous bed to us ~ that one will be a keepsake for the rest of time! Her bed was a full size, which seems to be a dwindling item. Whenever I see it I think of her, so I'm thankful to have something to do with it that we can use in our home that will also carry memories with it.
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Now onto the bench...
Have we really done 10 headboard benches? I think we have, and it might even be a few more than that. I just love them ~ and the headboards are in such great supply at such a low cost, there just isn't any reason not to keep making them :)
This is the closest thing I have to a 'before' picture, so it'll have to do.
Ready to paint:
And then things get dicey. I primed it gray, thinking I was going to paint it gray…
But I didn't like it in gray :(
Nope, not brown either.
And so it sat… for ages (literally, months) in the garage. It held tools, bags, soccer balls, bats & gloves, you name it, it sat there.
Until this past weekend, when I pulled it out & painted it black. And it was happy!
I LOVE it :)
thanks for stopping by! I have a little more Christmas to share later this week, so I'll be back soon :)