We got her painted (just the back of it)! I know we said we were going to paint it black, but in the end, we went with navy. The advantage – we had some on hand from Ben Moore’s Natura line (odor free, no VOC), so we went for that!
It’s tough to get a good shot of due to the shape of the room and camera lens, but hopefully you get the idea.
In the reflection, you can begin to see all of my husband’s work equipment on his desk – whew, that’s a lot of mess that we can’t exactly hide, but not everything can be perfect, right?
Here is one more view.
Eventually, we will fix those cords that you see at the bottom there.
Here it is when it was still clear. (In our last office, we did one in white.)
The dry erase board took 4 coats of blue paint on the back, rolled on. There are 12 stand off mounts. The edges of the acrylic sheet are fire polished for a glass look. And, we have white wet erase markers for it! I will post a photo soon with some writing so you can see how it looks.
The neat thing about the diy version? You can make it in any color you want!!