Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Antique Glass Cabinet

I rarely keep anything for myself but as soon as I saw this cabinet, I knew it would be mine!

BEFORE:
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It sat for awhile while I waited for inspiration on color.  I was out delivering another piece of furniture to a storefront and came across some great paper.  I wanted to showcase my grandmother’s china and it all came together just as I had envisioned.  Love the funky/retro look!  Matches my late grandmother’s china perfectly!


AFTER:
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What do you think?

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18 comments:

  1. Love it! The paper is perfect :)

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  2. This is a fantastic piece! Which grandma's china is it??

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  3. Amazing, Did you really paint this?

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  4. oh yeah baby.. that's what I'm talking about! LOVE!

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  5. This is so fabulous,I can't wait t see it in person!!! You are so talented and I love you!

    Wen

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  6. Really lovely! What color is that paint?

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  7. Love how this turned out! Such a beautiful transformation! I found you over at Primitive and Proper and I'm a new follower!

    Allison

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  8. This really really beautiful! I love the paper you chose for the backing. Perfecction! Popping over from POWW :)

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  9. funky, retro, and so unique and personal! bravo.

    michele

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  10. Visiting from FFF. I want one! it turned out great. Could use your advice:http://www.thediyspot.com/in-over-my-head-2/

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  11. love how your cabinet turned out the color is very cool!

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  12. I have that very exact same cabinet which belonged to my great grandmother. I am so thinking about changing it like you have. I love it!!!!!!

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