Hubs even sanded and put the primer on for me. The inside is a very light green. I was hoping to be able to get a picture so you could see the groves in the back of the piece. But my area is downstairs and has florescent lights that I have yet to figure out how to take a good picture under. And I could not figure out how to take a picture without my reflection showing up in the glass.
The knobs are from Hobby Lobby, not that you can really see how cute they are.
As you can see I still have a lot of room. I have sorted my fabric in groups. My favorite 30's reproductions on the top shelf. The next shelf holds the civil war fabrics I am collecting for a quilt and the rest are sorted by color or collections.
As you can see the bottom is not really a drawer. Since I took this picture I replaced this basket with two smaller ones because the front would not close properly. I have smaller quilting templates stored in the baskets.
I also painted an old dresser with the same black paint. I know when I got the dresser I took a before picture but it has been a couple of years and I cannot find it. Hubs had to do a lot of work on it. He had to replace a couple of drawer bottoms and also a couple of the drawer runners. But it was free, free, free! Again the hubs gave it a good sanding for me and primed it. These things have needed done for a while so after the floor was down he decided he needed to give me a jump start. Again the lighting does not make for a great picture. This is also the same green behind the other piece.
The next is a close up of the knobs that I got at Hobby Lobby.
I used Valspar Satin paint. I have not tried the chalk paint that everyone seems to be using. This dresser holds larger pieces of fabric and some Block of the Month kits. I still have some organizing and some wall decor that needs done. I will try to figure out what setting on my camera I need to use for some clearer pictures of the dresser in the future. Looking forward to my weekend and plan on visiting the Friday night link ups below. Blessings from our house in the woods!