Diane
Diane
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  • Canada

Jewelry Cabinet Sweetness


I was given this jewelry box by my niece. One side was twisted and didn't close properly so I decided to upcycle it.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
Original cabinet. In excellent shape but boring.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
I removed the 2 side doors but it looked off balance. My husband offered to build me 2 sets of shelves for each side.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
I removed the hardware from the drawers and gave them 3 coats of Reloved chalk paint. No sanding, no priming.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
Painted the cabinet with Country Chic chalk paint. No priming or sanding was done.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
I absolutely love this product. It goes on like lotion. This is a 4 oz jar and I used about 2.5 oz to paint the cabinet. Nice thin coats is best.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
I painted the hardware with Fusion paint, in gold. This is lovely to work with.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
I wanted each drawer to be special, so I used good old green painters tape to make some designs.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
All done except for the set of shelves.
jewelry cabinet sweetness, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design
We got one set of shelves done today and the other one will be ready tomorrow, but I couldn't wait to post my beautiful cabinet.

Suggested materials:

  • Country Chic, Reloved and Fusion chalk paint  (Raggs to Riches, my local retailer)

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