Repurposed China Cabinets
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Use your cabinets for anything you want. Instead of displaying your china, display your shoes. This is great for a bedroom or dressing room. Sincerely, JoAnne Craft
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Old cabinet repurposed for shoe storage. CUTE in case I never have a walk in closet. This is an attractive way to store shoes.
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Repurpose that big ol' china cabinet you don't need or want into a shoe display cabinet. Upcycle, Recycle! For ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, LLC in Bonita Springs, FL
Adorable shoe storage idea... Shoes in a china cabinet. Would be cute to do in the living room!
The best shoe storage idea. The first time I've ever wanted a china cabinet!
China cabinet as a shoe rack? What a great, classy idea. Well done.
Shoe storage idea for a small apartment or little closet space
shoe storage idea for my dressing room
Dressing room shoe display
Furniture Focus: Chaise Longues (Indoors)
Artfully Organize Your Accessories — Lucky Magazine
China cabinets are a thing of the past ladies...
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Repurpose furniture for clothing or shoe storage... I've had my shoe cabinet for almost 10 years! LOVE this!!
Organize your shoes - China cabinet turned shoe display cabinet with extra glass shelves. Bell jar display for an especially lovely pair.
If you don’t have much closet space, be creative with any extra furniture you may have. A glass cabinet can easily double as a shoe closet. Tip: To avoid overcrowding, only showcase seasonally-appropriate footwear and put the rest in storage.
Shoe storage in a glass cabinet (ikea hemnes glass-door cabinet $320). Paint a contrast color on the interior and uplight!
shoe closet - did I already pin this? Could I really bring myself to display shoes?
I LOVE this idea,,,dressing room!
glass cabinet shoe storage
China cabinet shoe closet
Shoe storage idea
Artfully Organize Your Accessories — Lucky Magazine
china cabinets as bookshelves. YES. bethesaurusrex
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The far right cabinet and the one of the Far left are the ones I have been trying to tell my hubby I want built by the sides of the rock fireplace in our living room - right now just wasted space, but would be perfect for books and scrapbooks!
Decor Ideas: Mismatched Bookshelves- I would do this and it would look horrid. cute idea though
country book shelves | can get all over mismatched bookcases like these I spotted over at ...
I would LOVE to find some cute book shelves for my classroom...as well as my house :)
#Craft #Storage ideas: #craftroom #organization: using a bookshelf/bookshelves
Vintage mismatched bookshelves in a shabby chic cottage living room
I so want the gray cabinet for my craft room fabrics, etc.!
Decor Ideas: Mismatched Bookshelves
The Holy Bible of Recipes: Banana Stuffed French Toast
converted china cabinets
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Bed linens in a glass cabinet via @Daphne Holthuizen Osena
converted china cabinets. Fabulous idea!
I'd like a china cabinet for my bedroom.
Bed linens in a glass cabinet, awesome
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china cabinet..love everything about this picture from the antique typewriter to the the vintage suitcase
dressing room makeover - now we're talking. make up baskets, perfume bottles, and jewelry in it to keep the dust (and if I put a lock on it - my children) out.
DIY::Beautiful !! Budget Farmhouse Dressing Room Makeover (All the #DIY Details Are in this Fabulous Post !) I could use one of my windows as the door.
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Love the blue vintage typewriter and blue suitcase
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dressing room makeover
wood white cabinet
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How to turn a vintage hutch into a super-organized kitchen cabinet. Umm, my hutch does not look like this :(
How to turn a vintage hutch into a super-organized kitchen cabinet. #storage #organization http://completelycoupons.com
How to turn a vintage hutch into a super-organized kitchen cabinet. #storage #organization... Wish I had room for one of these!
Maybe I'll do this with the old cabinet we used for the TV. How to turn a vintage hutch into a super-organized kitchen cabinet. #storage #organization
Use Every Inch: Vintage hutches make terrific storage for those who don't have adequate built-in cabinetry. Customize it by adding even more organizing tools to the inside of the doors, such as a key rack, a message board, or even a basket to hold mail. Read more: Storage Ideas – Home Organization and Storage Tips - Country Living Follow us: @Country Living Magazine on Twitter | CountryLiving on Facebook Visit us at CountryLiving.com
How to turn a vintage hutch into a super-organized kitchen cabinet~
Kitchen storage isea from country living magazine.
Armoires are not only beautiful to look at, they can house an amazing amount of stuff; brilliant storage. You can buy new Armoires or an old piece and have the fun of 'doing it up' yourself. Many years ago I opted for the buy the new one option and purchased one from Laura Ashley. It's had many uses; starting off as my daughters wardrobe, housing bedlinen, moving to London and being kept in the entrance hall as it was too big to get it upstairs of our town house, to finally being back in Scotland and used to now house china in the dining room. I would imagine I will have it forever. You can really put them anywhere you can find a space for them. I stayed in a hotel just outside Leeds once and they had a fab one in the bathroom. They are such versatile pieces of furniture and can be adapted to suit your storage needs. I really love the one which houses a 'bar'. Hmmm I wonder if I could fit mine in the living room and turn it into a bar!!
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Your China Cabinet Doesn't Have to Hold China - This is a beautiful way to use a hand-me-down china cabinet or a great Goodwill store find! www.goodwillvalleys.com/shop/
Storing books in a china cabinet... great idea. I turned one into a liquor cupboard... many compliments over it
Your China Cabinet Doesn't Have to Hold China - Makely School for Girls
Non-china display for china cabinets - books and family trinkets
Your China Cabinet doesn't have to hold China!
Great idea: storage books in a china cabinet.
Storing books in a china cabinet. Love this!
repurposed china cabinet into book display
Books in a china cabinet. I love it.
Blue China Cabinet
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beautifully worn&distressed peacock blue china cabinet, tea lights, hanging moroccan lanterns, DIY painted furniture
fabulous teal cabinet. @Teri McPhillips McPhillips Meekhof. You need to come to my house and do this to my China cabinet! and then we'll pick out a new paint color for the dining room. Km- love the color
Love the bright teal color & the unfinished wood interior. My china cabinet re-do?
Weathered blue china cabinet what a great focal point for dining room
Blue China Cabinet, Color and not to girly...
dark blue cabinet and lights
before and after
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China Cabinet Redo - use fabric stiffner to spray on fabric to back of cabinet
Days of Chalk and Chocolate: Project Sneak Peak
yellow and grey backdrop on china cabinet redo
China Cabinet Makeover....so doing this!
sweet.....China Cabinet Makeover
Inspiring china cabinet redo
China cabinet makeover
China Cabinet redo
Wahoo, it's Trash to Treasure Day here at Finding Fabulous so let's get to it! Check out this revamped china cabinet from Days of Chalk and Chocolate! Wow, the before was dark and dreary. But the after...brand new again! And I love the fabric lined back. Amazing but Jenny adhered this cute fabric using spray starch! You can get the scoop on that here. Okay give Days of Chalk and Chocolate a visit, and check out this gorgeous hutch redo!
FABULOUS by design: Trash to Treasure...revamped china cabinet!
Washed with Murphy’s oil soap because she was gross and grimy. Next, all of her hardware and hinges were taken apart and saved. Then every inch of her was primed with water based KILZ. In hindsight I now wish I had used an oil based primer. Painted. Here is a close up of the doors. After two coats of paint I applied a light layer of “smoke” faux technique glaze by Ralph Lauren and quickly wiped it off. You can see the light glazing that settled into all of the nooks and crannies.
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hutch redo-like to do this in a dark color
New life for an old china cabinet
Repurposed China cabinet
Last August the Fashionista moved into her first apartment. She took most of my home office furniture with her. My office sat empty, save for a desk, for a long time. In early December Santa gave me a whopping $100 for new furnishings. I scanned my style file for inspiration and decided I wanted a little something like this: I became a Craigslist stalker. I know many of you often wonder “How do these people find such great deals on Craiglist?” The answer is: “Patience grasshopper”. As I was on holiday break from school and no design jobs were on my schedule, I would log in three times a day and scour the merchandise listed under the headings “Bookcase” “China Cabinet” and “Hutch”. I did this for 5 weeks. Yes, you read that right ~ 5 weeks. Given my strict budget, I only wanted to spend $25.00. My patience was rewarded. That’s right. $25.00 for this beat up beauty who was missing her shelves and two of her glass door fronts. But she was heavy and made from solid oak. Groovy detailing man! I had to give her a gentle bath with Murphy’s oil soap because she was gross and grimy. Next, all of her hardware and hinges were taken apart and saved. Then every inch of her was primed with water based KILZ. In hindsight I now wish I had used an oil based primer. Next, she was painted Sherwin Williams Blue Mist. It is a perfect shade of light gray~blue, often found on French and Swedish antiques. The original back panel on the hutch was warped due to water damage. I decided to replace it with bead board paneling. The paneling was not sold in a size wide enough to cover the entire back so two pieces were joined by a thin strip of molding to cover the seam. I also decided to replace the glassless shelves with beadboard to give the bookcase an update. Her old hinges were cleaned and reattached, but I purchased new knobs for the doors at Hobby Lobby for $1 each. New glass inserts for the upper doors were cut at Ace Hardware for $4.00 each. She was then moved inside. Here is a close up of the doors. After two coats of paint I applied a light layer of “smoke” faux technique glaze by Ralph Lauren and quickly wiped it off. You can see the light glazing that settled into all of the nooks and crannies. With the additional purchases of primer, paint, knobs, beadboard and glass the final cost for this transformation was around $80.00. Granted there was also about 20 hours of sweat equity involved. Questions? Leave a comment and I will answer any and all on Wednesday’s post which will cover the various accessories that were used to decorate the upper display shelves. Think “cheap”. I am in the midst of updating a few other pieces for this room. Reupholstering chairs are possibly next on the list. Au revior, Laura Linking to: Miss Mustard Seed
Interesting ways to repurpose a china cabinet