Happy Beautiful Fall Saturday to you. I told ya last time I'd share some pictures of a cabinet re-do with you so here we go. I found this old hutch at a junk store - it had some flaws of course but I just loved it from the minute I saw it - it was one of those - "I don't know where it's going but I'm getting it anyway" kind of moments.
It was oak with this neat tongue and groove back. Once upon a time it had doors but that's o.k.
The first thing I did was use some paint from Lowe's called "Flood Tide" and dry brushed the inside of the cabinet.
I truly debated leaving it in it's natural color but in the end - the creamy white won out.
A heavy distressing...
I had a roll of $1.00 wallpaper from a clearance bin that I used to line the drawers with.
And here it is - Simply filled with some of my white pitchers and a touch of fall along with...
...these beautiful orange bowls my mom gave me.
And I've already started to store a few napkins in the drawers.
This is a shot of the kitchen right beside the cabinet as you'll see in the first picture...
...and I just love the way the colors blended together.
Hope you have a happy day!