Get Magazine Ready China Cabinets By Using The Best Tool (Yourself!)

You can build a gorgeous china cabinet like in the magazines!

By Hometalk Highlights

Paint A Satin Finish On The Cabinet

Remove the cabinet doors and hardware, then spray with acrylic enamel paint with a satin finish.

Distress The Cabinet’s Texture

Tape off the hardware, add two layers of chalk paint, and lightly sand the corners.

Showoff the Copper Woodwork Of Your Cabinet

Add dentil moulding, highlight the beauty of the wood with a glossy finish.

Scheme A Pastel Blue And White Theme

Sand off the bondo, add new trim to cover the repair, and use Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

Peel Stikwood For A Perfect Finish

Rip off and stick stikwood, then coat the exterior in waxed white paint.

Wallpaper Is A Fancy Fuss Free Decor Choice

Coat the back of the cabinet in motif wallpaper and paint the pulls a metallic shade.

Ditch The China For A Home Bar

Take the doors off the china cabinet, fill the indents with wood filler, and stock up your favorite drinks.

Take A TV Stand And Make It Your Cabinet

Use a Kreg tool to attach two boards and paint over a stencil for a decorative finish.

Spread $1 Gift Wrap On The China Cupboard

Begin by painting over the cabinet with a primer, then measure the inside of the cabinet, and put in wrap.

Trust Annie Sloan To Make China Cabinets Chic

Keep the original hardware to the cabinet, sand down the edges, and cover in Sloan paint.

Update Your Cabinet With Damask Fabrics

Simply hot glue the fabric for a backdrop and change out the drawer pull for $12.

Build A Cabinet With Posh Parisian Flare

Age the wood with antiquing dark wax and set the glass aside.

Decoupage Floral Napkins For Cute Touch

Apply napkins to the surface and coat in modge podge, and sand them down.

Stencil Down Foam For Intricate Designs

Hold foam board in place with painter’s tape, paint over it, and insert into the back of the cabinet. (Linda