I found this cabinet that had great bones, but needed an update. My original plan was to sand off the hand painted flowers and give it a couple coats of paint.
Thrifted Cabinet Makeover
Needing to find a cabinet for our newly renovated master bathroom, I stumbled upon a cabinet at my local Habitat Restore. With a little bit of paint, mirror film, and new door pulls, this thrifted cabinet was the perfect addition for all of our storage needs.
But when I was sanding, the center of the door popped out. I made a decision to go a different direction.
I removed all the hardware, popped out the remaining center panels, and gave everything a couple coats of Sherwin Williams color of the year, Naval.
I had a local home Improvement store cut panels of plexiglass to fit the squares of the doors.
I found antique mirror film online that was as simple to install by peeling off the back layer, spraying with a soap and water mixture and attaching to the pieces of plexiglass. I used a squeegee to push the remaining water out. Once everything dried overnight, I used E6000 to secure the panels in the doors.
I used all the same hardware that came with the cabinet, but I did switch out the door pulls with something that would match the bathroom decor.
Now the cabinet is a stylish addition to our new bathroom.
To see how the bathroom turned out, check out the final reveal here.
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