Wednesday

ISLAND RETREAT - cabinet transformation


Come see what I did to this unwanted mid-century cabinet!

I turned the whole cabinet upside down, and shifted a few things around

 
ABOVE: See the long drawer on bottom
BELOW: See the long drawer is now on top

 
I replaced the moldy cardboard back with hardwood flooring leftovers.
The top work surface also got the same finish.
 

The fancy corbels are actually resin book ends from a local home decor store. I used lots of salvaged
 molding pieces to square the cabinet off and to hide some of the routing on the doors.
 
 
I purchased 2 saddle stools from Craig's list to finish things off,
 
 
and to paint in a playful turquoise.
 
 
We love eating meals here.
 
 
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10 comments:

  1. What a fabulous transformation! Looks really amazing now!

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  2. This is the cutest little island! Great job! Love the detail too.

    Linda

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  3. This is so clever I can hardly get over it. I want one exactly like it right this instant! Besides clever, though, it's perfectly executed beauty. Bravo!

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  4. You did such a lovely job! We are on the hunt for a piece to make into an island. Your redo makes me want to go to Goodwill right now!

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  6. That is completely brilliant. You got so creative and made this such a great piece!

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  7. I am speechless! It is utterly and completely brilliant.

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  8. This turned out beautifully! You are so clever to have thought about turning the piece upside down to make it so much more useful. I'm a new follower.

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  9. definitely "catching" you this week! oh my gosh, this is fabulous!
    gail

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  10. Great re-purpose! I love it! 8>)

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