My fridge is amazing.
It doesn't just keep my keep my food cold, my frozen goods frozen,
make ice (oh, wait...not that awesome...there are limits, apparently) and hold a few important items by way of magnet...it also holds our to-do list, weekly menu (yes, I'm OCD...I also can't grocery shop/make decent meals/ not just want to eat out every single night if I don't have a plan) and my Memorization Monday verse.
What a fridge.
(Don't judge...it wasn't a particularly healthy week...but we did have veggies and fruit salad every night!)
Ok..I know I'm being a little silly with the whole Renaissance Refrigerator bit...but I'm super grateful that Steven was okay with my wacky idea to paint one side of our fridge with chalkboard paint so that I could have all this info displayed in a fun, big way. And that he went to Lowes to buy the supplies. And that he painted it for me. While I was at the beach.
(How is that so many of my grand ideas create so much work for him? I'm sure he's wondered the same thing..)
This isn't exactly a tutorial...because, well, I didn't do any of the work and don't have a clue as to how you would go about doing this to your very own fridge at home. But I can tell you that Steven Googled it and finished it in two afternoons (because coats have to dry and husbands have to rest while their wives are gone to the beach!). I'm sure you could do the very same thing and have an awesome fridge like mine, if you were so inclined.
Now I'm running around the house pointing out all the things that would be cooler if coated in the magnetic primer and chalkboard paint.
If you see my husband, immediately give him a Klondike Bar. He has done everything that could possibly be expected for one. :)