Today’s project is a throwback I did back in 2014. This was my first PINK jewelry cabinet… actually, it’s CeCe Caldwell Portland Rose chalk and mineral paint. This was back before I took notes on my projects so I don’t remember how much I paid for it. I’m guessing around $5. And you can see from the second photo that I sold it for $27 at Room With a Past.
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Cece Caldwell Portland Rose Jewelry Cabinet
- Cece Caldwell’s Paints in Portland Rose (I just checked their website… looks like this color is discontinued. Here’s a similar light pink chalky paint.)
- Minwax Polycrylic
- paint brushes
- hardware cloth
- lightweight staple gun & staples
One of these days I’ll remember to take a real before photo of a jewelry cabinet that I’m painting! At least this time I remembered before it was completely painted. Now you can see how I start with the piece upside down so I can see and get under the little ledges and bottom edge that I might not notice when it’s sitting upright.
Here you see the jewelry cabinet on my shelf for the Room With a Past sale. I really love how it turned out. I’m not a big pink person but this color is so light and pretty that I could live with it. I have one more unpainted jewelry cabinet at home so I may paint it pink, too!
Take a look at some of the other jewelry cabinets I’ve painted and updated:
- The Ultimate Guide to DIY Jewelry Box Makeovers
- Turquoise and White Jewelry Cabinet
- How to Silver Leaf a Jewelry Cabinet
- Gorgeous Turquoise Armoire Makeover
- Jewelry Cabinet Makeover with Paint Sprayer
If you’d like to see many of the other jewelry cabinets, boxes, and other small pieces I’ve painted go over to Pinterest and follow my
‘Til the next project,