Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Vintage Picture Frame Makeover



Here is the before:

And here they are after:



I think they came out great and I'm so glad to have that project done. It took two cans of spray paint, but it was worth it!

31 comments:

Woman Interrupted said...

Wow! That turned out beautifully...I can think of a half dozen different ways to use that collection!

REAL ME said...

O'My! They are beautiful. What a transformation.

Jenny said...

Did you find those at our local thrift shop?

I am making a list of projects to do over summer. Frames are on my list. I love how your turned out.

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Hip Hip Hooray! Those look so great! Can you believe it? I am so impressed!

So glad you joined in the party! Inspiring!

Shannon @ Silver Trappings said...

They look wonderful. And I love how you layered them together!

Shannon

Teresa said...

You have given me the courage to pull out all my old frames and paint them white-
Love it!

BugaBoos Creations said...

I love these! Awesome!! Love them in front of the fireplace!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Oh la la!!! now you give me the urge to pain all my frame and all I can paint, sooooooonesst! *LOL

Great job!

A Bushel and Peck and Pigtails Paper Trails said...

wow love the painted frames...I will be looking out for some great frames to paint!

Vee said...

Ohhhh, lovely! Now this is giving me ideas. Thanks!

Janene said...

What a difference a couple of cans of spray paint can make!
They look so fresh and renewed!

june@craftyniche said...

They looks so fresh and so pretty!

Tami (Pixeltrash) said...

Those are awesome! Love the way those frames look in white! Great job!

Becky K. said...

Ahhh...the details come out in the white paint. Very pretty.

Jane said...

Beautiful! There are so many opportunities to use those around the house too.

Neabear said...

Very pretty! Interesting how empty frames can make a statement somewhere and be part of your decor. Love how it turned out. I did not quite finish my project, but I am farther along than having the roll of fabric still stuck in the closet!

Bea said...

Angie, these turned out beautifully! Now I bet you wish you had finished them sooner. Good job!

Songbirdtiff said...

Very nice. I love white and the stacked frames really give a lot of interest to the space.

Rosey Pollen said...

Reminds me of when I painted my antique piano white! Shabby chic is so refreshing!

KarenB said...

The frames turned out beautifully! They look great on your fireplace too. Makes it very interesting. I bet you're wondering why you put it off so long. I'm hoping that's how I feel when I'm finished.

Dawn said...

Wow! The frames look beautiful! They look awesome on your mantle as well!

Kara said...

They are stunning now! I love how you arranged everything, it looks beautiful!

Sarah said...

They look great. That is a huge transformation.

Kim @ Manning Family Tree said...

The frames turned out fabulous. And I love the way you have displayed them. Great job!

little ms. sassy shelby said...

Husbands and their ridiculous clothes. What would they do without us? LOL

These frames are beautiful! I'm jealous.

Mandi said...

Looks great! Amazing what a little paint can do!

Alissa said...

they're totally fabulous!

Susan said...

It's amazing how ugly a gold frame can be until it is painted white. They are lovely!

Astrid said...

Isn't it amazing what a little paint can do? Lovely frames!

Jessica said...

They look great! I like that they still look a little distressed. Very nice.

HouseAHolic said...

Beautiful, beautiful beautiful!

You're inspired me to try something similar..