Gabrielle, over at Design Mom, took the plunge and went green.
And it’s gorgeous.
An old family piano that was in need of expensive restoration or replacement, both of which were out of the family’s budget, became a signature piece with just a little time and paint.
Unless your piece is a valuable antique don’t be afraid to get creative. For the cost of a quart of paint (or less if you go Compact in how you acquire paint), you can be green, blue or cherry red. Why replace, when you can re-do?
What can you add a little color too?
*I recommend low VOC paint for your projects. Even if you’re not going green you can still be environmental about it.