OUR FRENCH COUNTRY BEDROOM - bedside cabinets






This has been my bedside cabinet for years and
there is a boy version to match it for the other
side of the bed. It was a short, dark, typical
furniture outlet piece before I gave it a complete
makeover. 


They have been photographed a lot and are pretty famous on Pinterest but there is one important piece of information I have never mentioned for those wanting their very own.

They were expensive for me to create.



After moving in we decided to get new furniture. I started 
looking on Craig's list for some nice second hand bedroom
 furniture. I found this dark cherry finished set about 
20 minutes away and after seeing it we were happy and 
bought the whole thing for hundreds of dollars. It didn't take
 long for the furniture to feel dark and oppressive in our little space.


 Right after getting the bedroom furniture I found a dining 
set at a local yard sale with the same dark cherry finish, i
wasn't cheap. Something drew me to it so I spent hundreds 
more dollars on this huge beautifully carved dining set that 
would definitely not fit our little space.

So what did I do with it?
I took the legs off the dining chairs and added them to my bedsides. These are some seriously expensive legs, but I did recycle the rest of the set into future projects.


Next was to paint our dark cherry furniture with some of the most expensive paint on the market.
More $$$$ signs.

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And I can't even remember the cost of the vintage trifold mirror.






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