Friday, February 28, 2014

10 minutes is all you need! Cabinet Makeover

Sometimes you have a piece that is charming but missing something.  That was this cabinet.  Very cute but a little boring!  While looking at it one day I decided that maybe some cute cabinet liner paper would be cute going across the back, the only problem is I didn't have any and I'm impatient!  So I went rummaging through my scrapbook paper to see what I had multiple sheets of that would work.  This is the final project!  I think it turned out wonderful especially considering I only spent 10 minutes out of the day on it!



I am still pondering painting it, any thoughts?  If so, what color?

12 comments:

  1. It would be so cute in a light color with a bright pop of color in the back!

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    1. Thanks! I was thinking either white or robins egg blue!

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  2. what are the colors in the room? White is always great, off white or a pale yellow too. It would work in a vintage green or the robin's egg, even red and white. Nice piece with lots of options

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    1. At some point the cabinets in the kitchen will be white (I think...lol) and the walls are gray. I'm going for country chic. ;) Thanks for your input!

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  3. I love this piece. I vote white.

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  4. I vote white, it will make the knobs stand out even more...

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    1. Thanks for your thoughts! :) I'm feeling like white may be what happens. We are holding off on the Kitchen update for now because of a new stone fireplace going in this summer! Whoop Whoop! :) Maybe next winter for my kitchen!

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  5. I vote white with some distressing and colored knobs to match the rest of your décor!

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    1. White sounds great, maybe glass knobs?! :)

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  6. I would do a silvery grey metallic undercoat then an almost white/grey topcoat and distress so that the metallic shows through on the edges.

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    1. That sounds awesome! Have you done any pieces like that? I would love to see pictures!

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