Furniture Flip~ Pine Toy/Blanket Box

Last week I painted my son's night table, and this solid pine toy/blanket box.

Our youngest son J and I found this solid pine box with casters at a local garage sale. I like stained pine, but decided to paint it to sell it (I figured white paint would appeal to more buyers.)

It had a hinged top, was made with nice thick pine and we got it for $10. I painted it with white Behr Paint and Primer In One that I had on hand.

Stenciling ala Miss Mustard Seed would have been pretty, but since I wasn't keeping this piece I didn't want to put too much time into it. It sold the first day listed.

I'm hoping this weekend that I can find some more pieces to paint. And yes, I'm keeping my eye out for a small end table for the right side of the leather sofa in the first picture.

I'm linking up to some fun parties this week! Hope to 'see' you there!:


  1. I think the white looks fresh and clean and will be a great coffee table/toy box for someone. Good luck with your hunting this weekend.


  2. The box looks lovely! I'm glad it sold so quickly for you.
    Hugs, Cindy

  3. it's so cute and congrats on a super duper quick sale! awesome!

  4. Looks great, thanks for sharing.

  5. That looks great! those are great for storage.

  6. White is always so fresh and clean. I'm not surprised it sold right away!

  7. Very cute blog. You have some really great ideas! Thanks for stopping by! Johnnie

  8. Oooh, I love what you've done. I'm not surprised it was snapped up so quickly.

    You've got so much fantastic style on yuor blog - I've signed as your new follower!


  9. Hi Elizabeth,

    I think Pine is such a nice wood to work with.

    You done a grand job on the blanket box, no wonder it sold so easy.

    Nice blog post too.


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