Old Country Cabinet

WhiteBerry Reinvented February 16, 2011
Remember when I promised that we would have before shots on any new items? I lied.
(for those of you who have been asking about our chandelier, this post has all the goods)
Looks like this one slipped through that phase unnoticed, but I can assure you that it was bad 70’s teak all the way! But now it channels an old cottage with lavender sprigs drying from the rafters.
I am gaga over open shelving so this one had me at hello! And the arches aren’t too shabby either.
It was on the brink of boring so we jazzed it up with just a little contrasting grey paint on the doors and arches.
I am totally infatuated with the height, and if I didn’t already have BIG plans for one wall in our kitchen reno, I would be trying to find a way to include this.
And on a very touching note, if you have a moment today please stop by a lovely reader named Angela’s Blog. They are hosting an auction to help raise funds to adopt an orphan from Taiwan and can use all the support they can get. Good luck Angela!!

Comments 12

  1. Tammy says on February 16, 2011

    I want this! I have been looking for a piece with bookshelves on top and a cabinet below but it is hard to find something functional and beautiful :) There isnt an easy link to your shop on your blog, btw …
    but Im interested in finding out the price and if you ship (Im in CA)


  2. Cindy says on February 17, 2011

    i love this piece but i am still jonesing after that blue hutch that your sister snatched….. i love the paint job on this hutch too….but that blue……heaven!!!

    how is your kitchen redo coming along???


  3. Anji Johnston says on February 17, 2011

    Noooo – I want this!!! Love the height, the finish, the everything! A truly wonderful makeover (even without the before pictures!). What talent you guys have!


  4. PaperDollMN says on February 21, 2011

    Great piece! I'm also swooning over how you styled it with nothing but heaps of backwards books and new, white candles. The inspiration is endless!


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