DIY,  home decor

Transformed ~ updating furniture

Hi friends!! I hope you are having a lovely weekend! I’ve spent a lot of this weekend out in the garage, doing what I love to do…transform furniture!!

I want to show y’all how easy it is to take a piece of outdated furniture and transform it into something that you once again love!

Here is the before, not really my style, but I love the shape!

I took the the glass out of the doors, and replaced the mirror in the back with vertical tongue and groove paneling.

I painted the cabinet, inside and out, with Rustoleum Chalked spray paint, in the color linen white.

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I’m loving this paint right now! It’s so easy to use, goes on like spray paint, dries like chalk paint.

I added poultry wire to the front doors.

secured the original leaded glass panes on both sides of the cabinet, and added two wood shelves.

I also distressed the cabinet just a bit, by sanding some of the paint off, using a fine grit sand paper, from the areas of the cabinet that would naturally get worn over time, such as edges, corners, the doors, etc. And finished it off with a protective topcoat.

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She is a totally transformed lady now!!

I’m sure you can tell, I LOVE giving unwanted furniture a new life! If you have a piece of furniture that you want to update, but aren’t quite sure of what to do, email at inquiries@lecultivateur.com and I’d love to help you with ideas, advice, tips and tricks, etc.

Thank YOU so much for visiting my blog!!

Hope y’all have a wonderful Sunday, full of sunshine and happiness!

~Emily 

Check out where I have linked this project…. Blog link list

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