Little Cabinet Makeover – Part II: The Reveal

Y’all remember that ugly little cabinet that I found? The one from the 70s that needed some real TLC? Well, I finally got around to giving it a little makeover and I have to brag a little bit because I am extremely excited about how it turned out.

Little Cabinet

Saturday was a beautiful day for painting. I was so lucky to get to spend some time outside. Thankfully, I was off all day so I got to soak up the sun. First thing I did, was take trip to Lowe’s to get my supplies.

Cabinet 7

Cabinet 6

All together, the supplies cost about $30. Those gorgeous knobs came from Hobby Lobby and were $14.99 each for the large ones and $6.99 for the smaller one. Luckily, they were 50% off.

Here’s a couple of photos of the before, in case you forgot.

Cabinet 8

Cabinet 9

Cabinet 10

This was the color I chose, Pantone’s Beach Glass, to match the pillows I recently bought. This is a pretty good rendition of the actual color. It’s the closest thing to Tiffany I’ll ever get! ;)

Cabinet 11

After I tore the old screen off and took all the hardware off, I gave it a nice coat of paint – times three.

Cabinet 12

I apologize that there are no pictures of me stapling the chicken wire on. My dad helped a lot and made sure it looked even. He questioned my design and I told him to just trust me. I knew what I was doing, duh!

So here’s the final piece! I added the antique glass knobs and touched it up with some more paint. I didn’t want to leave the back blue, so I added some wallpaper that I ordered from work. It adds a nice little contrast.

Cabinet 2

Cabinet 4

Cabinet 3

Cabinet 5

It’s just so stinkin’ adorable! It really brightens up my corner. Next purchase will be an arc floor lamp so hang over it. I’ll post pictures of that soon!

Cabinet 13


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