wow. i LOVE this. did you use a glaze to bring out the details in the doors? and all that original hardware is FABULOUS.
Thanks Sarah! Yup, I mixed a plain glaze with black paint (I probably could have done the whole cabinet with 1/4 cup of mix, that's how far it went). I randomly dabbed on the glaze and then wiped it off with a rag. Then I used the glaze and touched up the hardware too. :)
This is beautiful. Looks like it came out of a French Farmhouse.Love what you've done.Pam @ Becolorful
LOVE it! It is truly gorgeous now! I am jealous.... ;-)
OOOhh I'm looking for an old hutch to paint for my craft room, and love how yours turned out!Awesome paint job!
That's a beautiful transformation. It doesn't even look like the same piece. Great job!
Found you through FJI and I really love the cabinet! I like that it has such a large piece of glass in the middle. Mine has 4 doors across so it sort of cuts up the view. Really great job!
Oh my that looks so great!! I have the same exact one and can't seem to muster to courage to do it...I gotta do it!!!
wow! Your china cabinet turned out great!gail
mmmmmm love it!!
The glaze really makes this makeover. I like the subtle highlights, great job.
I have this exact cabinet! You did a gorgeous job transforming yours- don't know if I have the guts to do mine (it's sort of a family heirloom) but I'm going to think of it every time I walk by it now!
Beautiful; having also just done a cabinet, I know how much work this is! Did you just use white paint (before the glaze), or was it a special product?
Thanks! I started out with grey primer (spray) and then I painted it white semi-gloss and then did the glazing. Working around the glass and having to stick my head inside to paint was the hardest part (not to mention I still have white hair!). :)
Thank you! Yes, I can relate to painted hair problems :)
This is absolutely gorgeous! I will definitely be featuring this on my Saturday shout out! Come check it out to see (hope that's okay with you! :) I started my own business refinishing furniture, so I definitely appreciate your work AND the paint in your hair! -shaunna :)
it looks beautiful! i love the accessories you used, too. i, too, am always getting primer in my hair. my hair stylist teases me because i don't really have gray hair yet, and he says he generally knows if he thinks he sees gray hair on my head, it almost always turns out to be white paint or primer! anyhow, awesome work- it is just so stunning!
Looks great and I love the silhouette plates at the top!
GORGEOUS! A creamy white hutch is always a winner.