Friday, October 26, 2012

Before & After China Cabinet

Hello everyone hope your having a great day.  I just wanted to check in and share a quick before and after. 

I picked up some great pieces recently at a auction and this is the last large piece of the group.

I loved the details and those curves! Oooh, la, la!

Here is the before.

It was painted a yucky, brown color from the 1930's and the inside back and shelves were different colors.

Without sanding I painted it with my mix of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Chantilly Gray, Tearose for the back, and just white latex for the shelves.

Once that was dry I applied a coat of clear wax and let dry. I then made a wash of ASCP Pure White & water. Using 1 part paint to 5 parts water.

 I applied this to all the gray in sections wiping away with a dry cloth and leaving more white on the detailed areas.

I then distressed it and added another coat of wax inside and out.

So there you have it. I'll leave you with more pictures that I hope inspire you to give this technique a try. 

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Unknown said...

Absolutely gorgeous Peggy!!!
And such an original piece ( you don't see many of these anymore )

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Drop dead gorgeous, Peggy!!
Love the pink inside of it!!


PJH Designs said...

Thank you Suzan. Yes I was lucky to pick this up an auction.

PJH Designs said...

Thank you so much Debbie.

Vintage Paint and more... said...

Beautiful and love the pink touch.

PJH Designs said...

Thank you Cathy

Beth @A Little Country House said...

Love it, so pretty. would be great in a master bath with towels in it too!

Unknown said...

Just beautiful! You are one talented lady, and your makeovers are always amazing!!! Thanks so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent. You make the party special. HUGS

Holly Lefevre said...

That is just gorgeous - what a beauty! White is its color for sure..with a touch of pink!

Unknown said...

This china cabinet turned out just beautiful! The legs on it are stunning and your choice of color really makes it pop. You should stop by our linky party, and post some of these projects, they are beautiful! Here is the URL:
Have a lovely day!

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