Good morning buttercup and happy Monday to youuuuuuu! First off before I share my chalk painted wooden cubby, I just want to say thank you to everyone that took time to leave a comment on my last post regarding the future of blogging. All of your kind and thoughtful words truly touched my heart and I can’t even tell you how much that motivates me to keep sharing. And holy cow, it’s amazing to hear how many of you don’t have any social media. Kudos to you! Social media is definitely a tricky thing to balance and it can be very distracting from what really matters in life. I’m glad so many of you don’t even bother with it. Good for you!
Anyway, thank you all from the bottom of my heart for being here on a daily basis. You are the BEST!! Let’s get on to today’s post because I am soooo excited to share the 18 drawer wooden cubby I found last week. I just finished chalk paining it and it’s so dang cute!
Chalk Painted Wooden Cubby- Before
And how it looks now:
Isn’t that the most adorable little cubby you’ve ever seen?! You guys know I love me a good cubby and I’m ALWAYS on the lookout for them, so the second I saw this one I was instantly smitten. I scooped it up right away and the best part is that it was only $55. BOOOYAH!!
I wasn’t digging the dark green color, so I chalked painted it white (I used Magnolia Home chalk paint in white) and left the draw knobs that natural wood color. I also did a little distressing with sandpaper just to give it more of a worn, vintage look. Easy peasy!!
I haven’t come across many good vintage finds lately, but I think this wooden cubby is one of my all-time favorites. I’m just obsessed with all the little drawers and I love how it looks in this spot. And yes, I did chalk paint that cabinet too. I was ready for fresh look in this corner! Anyway, I’m already dreaming up how I can style that cubby for fall. Would it be too much to put a mini pumpkin in every drawer?! Maybe? Probably?
Thanks so much for hanging out with me today on the blog. If you love vintage decor here are a few other posts you might like: