Today I have a few makeovers to share with you. As much as I'd like to get all new everything at my place, the cold hard truth is that just isn't in the budget. So that means I'm working with a lot of the things I already have, and have had for decades. One such thing is my corner china cabinet I've had since circa a long time ago. Like one of the first pieces I bought as a young bride, when I thought it was cool to buy a dining room "set".
Here's the Where's Waldo version of my china cabinet, with my china cabinet playing the part of Waldo
Yes, there it is in the circular mirror in a dining room 3 houses and about 5 years ago. This the only picture I could find and once again, I failed to take a proper "before".
I decided to strip it of its dated arched glass top door leaving the top portion open and then painted the whole thing black. I also wanted to do something unique with the interior and I found the perfect something in this TJ Maxx wrapping paper. So I Modge-Podged it to the inside of the china cabinet. I don't have pics of that process because have you ever tried to photograph yourself whilst modge podge-ing paper to the inside of a cabinet? It can't be done.
Did you know I love anything marbleized?
Brace yourselves: here come the grainy night time iphone pictures. I decided the simplicity of the white pieces inside would be a nice counterpoint to the marbleized paper, but I will probably play around with it some more.
Okay then! Also underway is a fluff on a set of Chippendale chairs for my dining room table. I even have a proper "before".
They got the old white paint treatment and are currently getting some super groovy fabric thanks to my girl Kimber who can hook you up with the most amazing assortment of swoony fabrics and wallpapers under the sun!
One almost down and 3 to go.
Hope everyone else if faring well, and I hope to see you back here next Thursday for the reveal of my living room and dining room makeovers!
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