This tiered basket was $2.
For now, the wooden tray will remain just as it is. A damp cloth is all it needed. The wooden hat rack was sanded (by my daughter), then I sprayed it with American Accents Heirloom White. I love when you spot an item and know JUST where it will 'work'. I knew this would make a great towel 'rod' for the guest/teen daughter's bathroom.
We hung it a tad higher than you would a regular towel rod.
I also sanded the edges after the paint job.
This bathroom hasn't had a towel rod in years. I love this one!
My next project for the weekend was the tiered basket. Months ago, someone (please let me know if you know WHO, so I can link up) shared one similar on her blog. She was using it in her kitchen for a coffee 'station'. I knew I wanted one! But the green just wasn't working for me. So out came another can of spray paint. I was thrilled with the results!
Oops, the sugar dish is hiding behind my favorite coffee cup. But isn't she pretty!?!?
It was a beautiful Saturday morning for browsing all the yard sales in one place. I picked up 7 other items that will be making their way into future posts. One stop netted four items for a grand total of $3! Plus a 10 cent item you won't believe once it gets dressed up with spray paint.
For other make overs, check out all the great links on Met Monday at Between Naps on the Porch and Shades of Pink's Room a Month MakeOver. Love thrifty finds? Then check out A Picture is Worth a 1,100 words for 2nd Time Around on Tuesday. Want more inspiration? How about TONS of DIY Projects? Check out Kimba's DIY day over at A Soft Place to Land.