Happy Tuesday everyone!
I hope you all had a happy Mother’s Day! I worked all day on Sunday so that I could have this project finished to show you yesterday, but it just didn’t quite happen.
I picked-up this cabinet at a yard sale for the bargain price of free. It was dated, scratched up, smelly and the doors wouldn’t open.
Once I got it cleaned up, I painted the whole thing with Sweet Cream Plaster Paint.
I then painted the top and bottom in Plaster Paint’s Flannel.
I then stenciled the front cabinets and drawers. This is the part that took me awhile since I had to paint over and redo a few parts.
I then distressed the whole piece and coated it in clear wax.
Finally, I spray painted the original hardware and ta da!
my favoritwe piece yet Shanna! Great job!!
FANTASTIC job! Love it!
This is gorgeous!
Amy @ StowandTellU says
Stunning!! I love the Flannel color with the creamy white. I don’t think I could part with this one if I were you 😉
Gorgeous! Gorgeous! Gorgeous!
Looks great! I have yet to hear of the plaster paint brand. May look into using this for my next DIY project.
Marie @ The Interior Frugalista says
Gorgeous makeover Shanna – you did such a great job. Love the pop of color on the inside too.
Deb Young says
Beautiful! Where did you find the stencil for the front of the doors? Would love to do his on a small table I am working on.
Maryann @ Domestically Speaking says
What a gorgeous piece! I’m featuring it tomorrow in my Friday Features! Thanks for linking up to Inspire Me Monday!
Thank you so much Maryann!
Donna Wilkes says
Wonderful transformation of the cabinet. I love the pop of color on the inside as well as the graphics you chose.
Thank you Donna! I love to have a little surprise on the inside!
Maryann @ Power of Paint says
Shanna I love that cabinet! I’m featuring it over at Power of Paint on Thursday!
Jen @ West Street Story says
Wow, this is amazing! It would look great in my dining room, just sayin’ 🙂
Thank you Jen! I know just where you can get one 😉
Sherry Fram says
The cabinet looks fantastic!! Love that you painted the inside blue!! I have a wardrobe type cabinet in my bedroom that has shutter like doors on it that is painted black. Nothing special just functional. I painted the inside a deep blood red that coordinates with the pops of red I have throughout the bedroom. Every time I open it I get a thrill!!
I like the stencil and that sweet pop of color on this cabinet. Super job girl!
thanks for sharing at talk of the town #20