Refinished Vintage Lane Nightstands

I recently shared the vintage Lane night stands that I bought on Craigslist for $25 each, along with the importance of using primer especially on vintage furniture. I'm happy to share that our nightstands are done and they turned out amazing. Click here for a reminder of how my bedroom looked, last time I shared it on the blog. Our vintage nightstands before their makeover. They had a poor streaky chip paint job and where super dirty. 

After cleaning the night stands, sanding and priming them, I applied three coats of Behr Ultra Pure White with a semi gloss finish. I knew right away after seeing them on CL, I they would look so good painted a bright crisp white. When I first shard the nightstands, I was thinking of updating the hardware, but decided against it. The original hardware just goes so well.The funny thing is in decor, I'm not really a 'gold girl' even though its of the hot metals, I keep finding vintage pieces that have gold hardware. For example our campaign dresser, the vintage pair of Ralph Lauren lamps and the brass feet on our dining room table. I love how the nightstands turned out [I'm still deciding on the right picture to go in the frame]

One thing I love about the new nightstands is their size, while their  little shorter than our old ones, they're the perfect size. Thanks to their depth, our lamps comfortably fit along with a picture frame, books, a small vase and jewelry box etc. It already feels like a huge happy upgrade for our bedroom. I fell in love with this jewelry shadow box from West Elm, which is just the right size for me to keep the jewelry I wear most often close.  

Our benches normally sit in our nook area of our bedroom, but there we too pretty to leave out of the shot. We're thinking of some bedroom layout changes, sharing more below. 

I'll share some full room shots very soon [including my husbands side], we're still deciding on art for both sides of our nightstands, to go above our lamps [for now I removed what we had there] We're also thinking about shifting a few things around our in bedroom, possibly moving switching up our dresser and benches. I'm also in limbo about our console table, not sure if I'll stain the wood walnut or pain it white decisions decisions. 

What do you think our of refinished nightstands?