tea cart transformation
Months ago, I found this poor little dejected tea cart by the side of the road. There was nothing wrong with it except it was missing its casters and was a little out of date. I brought it home and used it as my “paint cart” all summer.
This past weekend I decided to transform it into something pretty and useful.
I replaced the missing casters, added caps to cover all the hardware holes, spray primed it, and spray painted it with Rustoleum gloss white.
Ta da! Now she’s all beautified and proudly sitting in the corner of our dining room.
I love this old seltzer bottle I found in a local antiques shop.
And last but not least is a sneaky peek of the woodland winter wonderland in our dining room!
I found this reindeer head and fell in love with it! It is on the smallish side so I took an antique frame that was sitting out in the garage and painted it silver.
I love how it looks together! And it was the perfect addition to the blank wall above the tea cart! It looks like it’s hanging too high, but it’s just the camera angle.
Keep checking back…the dining room has been transformed into a woodland winter wonderland! I am so excited with how it turned out and can’t wait to share it with you!