The first thing she needed was a good furniture surgeon to mend her broken leg. That would be my husband. He did a wonderful job and you can't even tell. She's as good as new. Her counter top got a good sanding and so did the rest of her. I painted her Old White, except the counter top. That got a coat of primer gray automotive paint and then that was rubbed down with gesso. I wanted her counter to mimic an old worn metal top. She got some pretty French drawer pulls to glam her up a bit. Her white coat was glazed with some diluted Minwax stain to give her some nice aged patina.
On the lower doors I reverse mod podged a toile image.
I used a small corner stencil in each of the corners of the shelves and then used Frog Tape to join the corners and box the back section of each shelf.
Once that was done, I used some of my French stencils which I always mix and match to get the desired wording that I need to use.
By mixing up the stencils, you can get something really original and it adds charm to an old piece of furniture.
This would be a fantastic cabinet in a bake shop. Don't you think?
I'm thrilled with the way she turned out. I'm using her for display in my space at Aubergine Emporium, but she is for sale too!
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