These fun numbered stairs were created by Lindsay from My Creative Days. She used Liquorice and brass address markers.

Hello, CCP readers. It is Lindsay from My Creative Days back to show you our latest home project – painted and numbered stairs!

We live in a split-foyer home. That means that we have stairs going up and stairs going down as soon as you come in our front door. I am not a fan of our entry, but I do love that the stairs give me another spot to “decorate” (and redecorate and redecorate – they have been painted three times 😉 ).

A few weeks ago, I painted our front door “Liquorice” and shared it on the Country Chic Paint Blog here.

Black front door #DIY #paintitblack - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

I loved the classic look the black paint gave our door so I decided to change the stairs in our entry to match.

Before I painted the stairs “Liquorice”, they were painted a few different colors.

Painted and Numbered Stairs #DIY #paintedfurniture - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

That was fun, but I really have been on a mission to change a lot of things in our home and the stairs were part of the mission (especially after the change to the front door).

So, the stairs are now painted “Liquorice” to match the door.

Painted and Numbered Stairs #DIY #paintedfurniture - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

For a long time, I have wanted numbers on the stairs that go upstairs.
Now, they do!

Painted and Numbered Stairs #DIY #paintedfurniture - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

I am so happy with them. The black color is a great change too. I don’t think I will be painting our stairs for awhile now. 😉

On to the next project…



Country Chic's 2014 Blog Squad member: Lindsay

Lindsay {My Creative Days}

Hello! My name is Lindsay. I am mom to Landen and Gabrielle, wife to Matt and blogger at www.mycreativedays.com. I love to be creative in my day, my home and with my kids. I am obsessed with old wood, rusty treasures and everything in between. Finding frugal and creative ways to decorate our home, create a fabulous craft or do an activity with the kids is a passion of mine.

Make sure to follow Lindsay on her blog My Creative Days, as well as on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+, Hometalk and Instagram!