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31 July 2012

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LiuTao

Your cabinets look amazing with their new look!!!

Mike Ross

These all look really nice. I wonder how it would look if you did all of the cabinets in the kitchen like this. I am redoing parts of my home in Halifax so I might just give it a try. If I do, I'll let you know how it goes.
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River Oak

That color is absolutely fabulous! What a wonderful idea and wonderful paint mixing skills to boot! Thank you for your post. I'm sure that cabinet brightens up your kitchen!

Suzonne

Thanks, Stef. It sat in my kitchen for the longest time, neglected. So happy I took the time to do it (and so grateful for the Chalk Paint that made it so easy!)

stef

what an awesome stumble. It clearly reminds me of Martha Stewart first book in 1984. i commend you for the beautiful restoration job, but more than that...the paint mix homemade recipe got me, thank you!!!

Suzonne

Thanks for visiting!

bluepush1938

Hello! I read here a lot at urbancomfort.typepad.com and glad to be here.

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Wow! These look so cool! If you are in the Edmonton area here is a great person to work on your next kitchen cabinet job. He does some good work!

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That cabinets turned out beautiful. I love the little recipe you included!

Suzonne

Thanks, Kokoy!

Kokoy

Wow! What a beautiful cabinet. I'm so inspired.

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I can't even start to explain how jealous I am that you have this awesome piece of kitchen furniture. You did a brilliant job in your restoration process. The cabinet you have here reeks of cool. This is a great vintage piece to showcase in a time where the American public is infatuated with shows like American Pickers, Storage Wars, and Pawn Stars. Thanks for sharing! Keep up the great work!

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From what I'm seeing it's quite decent. Just paint something over it if it doesn't please you. Not much you can do unless you want to replace the whole thing. I do think it's adorable.

James

This is a good post. This post gives truly quality information. I’m definitely going to look into it. Really very useful tips are provided here. thank you so much. Keep up the good works...

Suzonne

Thanks all for the nice comments. I appreciate them! And Teresa, I'm just going to plague you until you pick up that paintbrush yourself!

teresa granath

Alright, that's enough, I'm officially coming to take your paintbrush away until you come paint some of my furniture! :)

navyblueshoe

What a beautiful color your mixture of paints turned out to be!!! Great project!

Catherine

I have been looking at old cabinets like this recently in antique stores whenever we are out travelling around the countryside but yours is the best I have seen! I love it and I love the colour you picked. It just looks perfect and beautiful! Great, great job.

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