This weekend was yet another weekend spent crafting. Well, on to bigger projects, actually. We finally went out into the country to Jason’s mom to start and finish our coffee bar. We stayed there for about eight hours with very few breaks in between, but we were motivated to try and finish and see our ideas come to life.
While Jason sanded a mesquite tree slice for a couple of hours (a different post for later), I went back and forth spray-painting like a graffiti queen between my luggage nightstands and the metal parts for the coffee table. I would probably have to count this as the first time I got high, ha! I joke, but I was around paint for hours so I’m sure I had to have become loopy at some point.
The painting took hours, and honestly it was a real pain to precisely cut the edges of painter’s tape into the cutouts where I wanted to accent the luggage with rose gold paint.
I moved on to the coffee bar and made a chalkboard sign as well.
Here’s the finished product for my luggage nighstand:
Our master bedroom’s color theme include grays, whites, blush pink, and copper/rose gold. I incorporated the rose gold into the handles and the locks of the luggage.
I will have the finished items for the coffee bar in another post.