Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Market Pantry Reno


When I first picked up this cabinet last year I was really excited.
I had wanted one with this type of shape for awhile.
It was $20.





After I had had it for several months,
it's faults became more apparent and I lost ambition.
I have found better items on the street.






However, yesterday, I had a change of heart,
and in one day, I re-did her into a farm-style pantry.
I decided to play into the rustic charm of the piece.







I made it my goal to only use what resources I had on hand...
Valspar turquoise interior satin paint with the primer built in from Lowes,
some leftover aqua paint, a glass knob from the hardware bucket, 
and cloth cut from some sacks from Farm and Fleet that I had in the gargage.







I just dry-brushed the paint over the surface,
leaving much of the initial brown to show through.
I lightly covered that with some aqua.







I lightly sanded the paint finish a few hours later.







We were out of chicken wire, so
I hot glued the burlap sack to the frame and covered it with 
the original wood trim to complete the door.







I left the bolder blue-er graphic for the interior
and traced a plate with a Sharpie to create the vintage postage stamp
on the front door.








My photos are also featuring
some morning sun, here.







Pickled beets, anyone?






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14 comments:

cardinalkay said...

Good job! The burlap is genius!
Kay @ redbirdv.wordpress.com

Sandi said...

WOW! This piece is gorgeous and you did a fabulous job!!
Blessings~

Deb Hrabik said...

That is so great!
My daughter in law is looking for a pantry piece. I hope she can find one like yours. Love the coffee sack idea.
Deb@LakeGirlPaints

NanaDiana said...

Wow-That looks great- wonderful inspiration you found for that piece. I LOVE how it turned out. Someone would snap that up in a second if you wanted to sell it- xo Diana

Full Circle Creations said...

What a darling piece! I love how it turned out! Love the burlap!

Michele said...

Hi

Your Pantry is so amazing, the colors you used are so beautiful on the piece. You are so inspirational. Nicely done.

Michele
Pearl 13.1

Thanks for visiting my blog :)

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I love it! Sometimes it take me ages for inspiration to hit. Your cabinet was worth the wait for just the right makeover. Love the color and burlap.

Debra @ Homespun said...

It looks really nice! I bought an old china cabinet two months back for storage upstairs and wanted to paint it...then the outdoors called and all the chores associated with that and I lost interest. I figured "in the fall" ::)

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

Very FUN with the burlap and turquoise.

Liz @ Quirky Vistas said...

You made a cutie out of that old thing. Hope you get lots of enjoyment out of your creative styling!
Liz

Cally said...

That turned out really nice! I love it!

Shabby Marilyn said...

I truly love your piece, burlap and color are great! Sometimes a piece takes a while before the inspiration comes!
happy 4th!

Jann Olson said...

Andrea, loved how it turned out. The color is great and the feed sack worked perfect! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Debra Oliver said...

Oh my gosh, Andrea, this is beyond adorable!! love the color and the grain sack door, you're a genius! Sorry I haven't gotten back with you, things have been crazy around here. I'm featuring this on tomorrow's Be Inspired! xoxo

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