I am slowly planning a redo of my living room that is right off the kitchen. I don't have a great current picture of the room, and trust me when I say it's in NO CONDITION to photograph right now (between the snow days and the flu, we need a hazmat team to come do a sweep of the house!).
Anyway, one of the (many) trouble spots in this room is the TV cabinet. I like the cabinet and I like that it has storage, but I don't like that you can see through the glass cabinet door to all of my *stuff*.
(I'd already taken the glass door off, but this is pretty much what it looked like even with the door on.)
I had the brilliant idea of frosting the glass making it opaque so I could still keep my *stuff* in their and not have to give up that valuable storage space. So I bought a can of spray frosting and gave it a couple of coats.
I love the look of the frosting, but here's the problem...
You may not be able to see my *stuff*, but you can certainly see that it's pretty junky in there. So now I don't know what to do with it. Hence my plea to you, my creative bloggy friends. Any suggestions for how to solve the dilemma of how to make the still-somewhat-transparent glass door more opaque? I've thought about covering it with fabric or paper, but will that stick to the frosting? HELP! You all have given me some great advice on other projects so I am anxious to hear your thoughts!