Tuesday, February 24, 2015

New "Old" Cabinet Transformation And New Faux Brick Wall

Happy New Week!

I have the Cabinet and Faux Brick Wall to reveal with new decor.

Before:  Long wall in kitchen.





After:  Long kitchen wall with new "old" transformed china cabinet.



Before:

This is my China Cabinet that I got back from my daughter.  In the new home they are buying she was not going to have a space for it.  This is a solid oak cabinet and one of the  first nice pieces of furniture Terry and I could afford to buy after we were married.  When we moved to our downsized home 7 years ago knowing I did not have a place for this set I gave it to my daughter.  She painted the oak black to match her decor.  So when she said she could not use it in her new home I told her I would take it back.  That started a whole thing on where and what was I going to do with this piece.
 Beginning Transformation:

For Valentine's day I got Terry a new tool.  It was a inside paint sprayer.  So we gave it a whirl and I have to say loved this new sprayer.  The paint went on quickly and smoothly and cut the paint time down considerably.
I taped off the windows of the doors and mirrors inside to be able to use the paint sprayer.  Little did I know I would find replacements for these cabinet doors just a few short hours later!



Remember the two side chippy windows on my mantel and that chippy arched window behind my mannequin.  Well got the ole' tape measure out and was excited to see they would fit to make new doors for the cabinet.  I love when I can repurpose stuff I already have.
Not to worry I have something new for the spaces where these three windows came down.  Stay tuned for another post on what happened to these spaces.




Yep!!!! Loving that these three windows would work for new doors for this cabinet transformation.


They fit so perfectly.  So after Terry fit the doors we slightly distressed the rest of the white painted cabinet to look like the chippy new doors.

Here it is without shelves put in and lights on.  I left off the doors to the bottom cabinet to add my baskets.  Got the new hardware handles from Tattered Tiques  for $2 each.
They added to the chippy look.



The inside of the cabinet has lights which are nice at night.




We painted the mirrors white.  Much easier than trying to remove them and replace them.  Also had this old chippy shelf and had Terry add that to the inside of cabinet.

I kept the original glass shelves on the sides but liked the wood chippy shelf and this old chippy stool for the middle of the cabinet.



Playing around with the top of the cabinet to see if I like a french basket of flowers or my basket with the old wooden rolling pins.  It is fun to play around to get different looks until one just says Yep keep me!





Cabinet with side doors open.



Middle door open.  Hard to get good angle pictures with no light filtering in behind me.  Trust me this cabinet on this wall looks so bright and pretty.  Just my back lighting was horrible to take these shots.

Love the exposed brick look to this wall with all my french farmhouse decor.


Still tweaking and moving things around to find the look I want for decor on this wall.  As you can see I need to find some more things to fill my baskets.  The hunt is on!









So there you have it.  A new transformed China Cabinet.  New faux brick wall and some decor change ups on this kitchen wall.  I love that I had everything you see here already.  Just tweaking and using stuff I already had and I got a whole new look and a place to take back my china cabinet.  It was fun to get a whole new look to this china cabinet with just using old windows for new doors.

Thanks for hanging in there with this long post and also these pics are not the greatest.  The only time good pictures came out of my kitchen is when I had them professionally photographed.  They have fancier camera's and good lighting kits.  Even with photo shopping I still get shadows etc.  At least you get the look and trust me it is very pretty in real life even if I could not get the best pictures.

Thanks for coming by.  Have a wonderful rest of the week.
See you Saturday for Spotlight.  I have a wonderful sweet blogger to feature.
Kris
:)

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114 comments:

  1. Just beautiful Kris! Love that wall and your new doors in your cabinet! I need to do something here...it has been awhile. :)
    Blessings~

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  2. WOW!!!! I just luv it when a plan comes together. I mean, were those doors meant to be or what? Just luvly Kris.

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  3. OMG Kris! This wall is just beautiful. I think you and Terry could make anything look fantastic! Just love the new "old" doors on the china cabinet. Once again, you've outdone yourself.

    Gorgeous!!

    Judy

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  4. That is beautiful! I love everything about it!! Just gorgeous!
    Kim

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  5. I don't know where to begin!!! As much as I liked the before of this wall.....the after is truly outstanding!! What you did to transform that hutch is awesome......painting the mirrors, good idea.......leaving the glass shelves on the sides, good idea, lets the light shine down on objects.........and replacing the doors, just genius, what a great look!!! Removing the bottom doors, love it!! You can fill the baskets with folded linens to add a bit of texture and color. How you designed the center display is so charming and perfect!! I am not one for all white rooms so the addition of the wood pieces really adds more character to the whole setting. WOW... xoxo

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  6. Wow! I thought that wall looked great before, but now with that extraordinary, one-of-a-kind cabinet and the new faux brick wall, and the way you put it all together. . .it's just fabulous. It just cracks me up how you find existing pieces in your house to repurpose for new uses, Kris. I mean, really, the windows fit perfectly in the cabinet as new doors? Get out! How does that happen? LOL So happy to see all this charm! xxx Nancy

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  7. OMGosh, Kris. This is fabulous! It is absolutely perfect! I love how it turned out. That hutch turned out fantastic I am so glad that the old doors you had fit. What a perfect finishing touch!!! Wow! It turned out so good-the whole thing!!! Great job between you and Terry. He is sure a dream finisher-you are a perfect pair...the dream-you-can-do-it and the dream-doer
    Hope you have a wonderful Day in COLD Chicagoland! xo Diana

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  8. WOW! I am amazed at how the wall and beautiful cabinet turned out. The old doors look great on the cabinet. Beautiful!

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  9. Oh my word, this is totally amazing. I love it. Those windows as doors are so perfect. Beautiful transformation. I would love for you to link up to my Inspire Me Party that is live now. http://www.astrollthrulife.net

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  10. You are just amazing!! The cabinet looks fantastic!! Thanks for sharing the transformation!!
    Hugs,
    Jody

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  11. First words out of my mouth when I scrolled: "Oh, MAN!" This is stunning, Kris & Terry! I'm in love with the glass windows for doors, the hardware, and the doors you left off, not to mention how you styled it. This will, deservedly, be all over blogland on features! SCORE!!
    Rita

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  12. This makeover is just gorgeous, Kris! I am so impressed. That is crazy how the old doors just happen to be the exact sizes you needed. It was meant to be that is for sure. Love the styling too.

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  13. So pretty! The wall, the hutch, everything! Your hard work paid off. I love the outcome Kris! What a huge transformation!

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  14. Oh Kris all I can say is...love love love love love!!!

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  15. AWESOME!! I can't believe you had the perfect salvaged doors to fit. Meant to be :) I love that faux brick wall look too. I've been thinking of looking into something like that for my family room redo. Did you do a post on it? I'll go peek and see...

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  16. I wonder if 'jealousy' is really such a bad word? You and your hubby are a talented duo! Love what you have done with the cabinet and the entire wall! Drooling :)

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  17. Golly! All this just makes me dizzy, but in a good way!!! You have such ingenious ways. I would never have thought to just paint over the mirrors. I just LOVE the styling. Especially the chippy bench. It's all so warmed up. A white I love. But the new doors. Oh how lucky that they all just fit. A fantastic piece. I love that you left the lower doors off. You have such a wonderful vision. I sure enjoy your gift. Kudos to your man too of course!

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  18. Golly! All this just makes me dizzy, but in a good way!!! You have such ingenious ways. I would never have thought to just paint over the mirrors. I just LOVE the styling. Especially the chippy bench. It's all so warmed up. A white I love. But the new doors. Oh how lucky that they all just fit. A fantastic piece. I love that you left the lower doors off. You have such a wonderful vision. I sure enjoy your gift. Kudos to your man too of course!

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  19. Kris, your cabinet is such a stunning transformation! I loved your wall before, but I'm smitten with the new look! Change is fun :)
    Susan

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  20. All of it is gorgeous and so smart of you to add the new doors! LOVE!

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  21. Awesome - so much cuter with those windows!! and your brick wall is perfection, great job!!!

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  22. Looks great Kris! How lucky for you to shop your own house for the perfect size windows!

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  23. Absolutely beautiful, wonderful, creative, such a great transformation. LOVE the way you were able to use the windows for doors. Love the little bench in the centre. WOW.

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  24. What a fantastic makeover! I just love the new doors! What a brilliant idea! And the baskets instead of doors...it really gives the whole cabinet a shabby look! Great job as always:-)
    Greetings:-)

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  25. AMAZING!!!!! Such a wonderful transformation....it looks so fabulous with the brick wall!!!!
    ~Des

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  26. My goodness Kris, this is so dreamy! I love everything and I mean EVERYTHING!!! The brick wall is amazing and transformation of the china cabinet is my favorite. The new doors are wonderful as well as all the stuff inside. I'm so envious.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  27. Kris,
    WOW!!! What a charming wall and cabinet...luv the window idea! Hoping that you hop over and share it at my party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  28. I'm speechless...
    You and your hubby are a dream team!

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  29. That cabinet is a great piece to display things! I like how you styled that whole wall. It looks so different from how you had it before but I liked the first way too.

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  30. You should be getting paid to do this. Amazing.

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  31. Wow! I've been checking back periodically to see the after transformation and was so happy to see that you posted today! Love it! I loved the before too but this is whole different look. You and Terry make a great DIY team and come up with the most innovative ideas! Loved that you were able to repurpose the arched window and doors to this cabinet because it now looks more French Farm house than the other doors.

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  32. Kris, Forgot to ask what you're doing with the beautiful Milk and cream sign? Did you make that sign? Love it!

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  33. Omg! this is absolutely gorgeous! You have such and eye for doing white RIGHT! Love it Kris!!
    Patty@thatssopretty

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  34. Oh Kris, your dinning roo' looks wondrful.
    I Love all the up-styling you did to you china hutch, Those doors are really what the piece was calling out for a perfect fit indeed.
    Your hubby amazes me :)

    I bet you can't stop walking into that space and standing still to stair at what grace you have added to you sweet cottage home.

    I so want to do something to a wLl here in my kitchen, perhaps some ship lap?

    Beautiful days ahead, just like being invited into a B&B but its yours.

    Xx
    Dore

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  35. Wow Chris, I would not have guessed it was the same cabinet. Those new doors are gorgeous! Your brick wall also looks amazing. xx Julie

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  36. How did you guys get all of this done so fast?! The doors were meant for that china cabinet. They were just hanging around waiting...lol. The wall looks fabulous, and so perfect for the backdrop for all of your treasures, Kris. You both do such good work!
    I just LOVE the whole project! It's AWESOME!
    Enjoy.
    Debbie
    xoxoxo

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  37. Absolutely stunning!! And to think you had the perfect doors all along!! It is so neat that this beloved piece that is part of your love story has come back to you! I just love the rustic brick on the wall behind. You both did a fabulous job with everything as always. I always love seeing how you accessorize. ......just so beautiful and the light in the cabinet makes it even more special. Love the baskets in the bottom too. Thank you Kris for inspiring us all as usual........but frankly, you really make us all feel very tired! ;) Blessings, Linda

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  38. I love the brick and wood walls. We had 1/4 brick in our kitchen. I painted it an off white as well. I liked having the texture. Love love that cabinet. I looks so much different in white and how you decorated it. Great changes.

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  39. Hi Kris,
    Oh my! I love everything that you have done! Your china cabinet and the brick wall look fabulous! Terry is an amazing hubby - he is indeed a keeper! My hubby just retired and we are starting some long awaited projects of mine. You are such an inspiration. I am always a little nervous to change wood to white but your home looks so perfect I feel reassured now. Thank you for visiting me! I can't wait to see what you and Terry are planning next!! Karen

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  40. This looks fantastic, Kris! I love how the wall turned out and the cabinet looks great. I love the old windows you were able to use on the cabinet as doors. Such a great look and the openness really adds to the lightness of the space. You've got lots of display space here. Makes me wish I had room for a china cabinet so I could collect more white pieces to display. Love it!

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  41. Love the faux brick wall...love the cabinet makeover...just love it all!!
    ~Cindy

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  42. Kris,
    Within days you and Terry transformed a cabinet from nice to amazing!!! It amazes me how it seems in one weeks time you have completed the brick and cabinet into an enhancement of beautiful charm. Windows into doors ... Very inventive cleverness. Kris I love what you and Terry imagined and made.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  43. Oh WOW, WOW AND WOW, my eyes popped out when I saw what y'all did with that cabinet Kris!!!! Unbelievably beautiful! I have to go back to the top and look at everything all over again, just AMAZING! You two need to have a tv show or something, honest!

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  44. I can't believe how the windows fit the doors so perfectly! And overall it's just beautiful. Love the basket idea. What do you mean about the pictures? I wish I could get my blog photos to look this good!
    xoKathleen

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  45. You and Terry did an outstanding job on that hutch. I love the look of your Country French Kitchen. It is simply beautiful/
    Thanks so much for sharing it with us Kris.
    Stay warm and hopefully Spring is around the corner.
    Mary

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  46. Oh it's amazing! Every inch of it, I just love it! How wonderful that you were able to use the windows you already had, it was meant to be! You both did a super job, well done!

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  47. Wow!!! I already loved the before, but the after is just amazing. You really have an eye for decorating and changing things. Love it all. I adore that windows you put on the front of the cabinet. I would never have thought of that.
    enjoy the rest of your week Kris

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  48. i love how you updated the old cabinet, kris! you managed to transform it to fit your charming style perfectly:) and the brick background sets the cabinet off so well--amazing redo! great job to terry, too!

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  49. I don't know what to say.....just staring in awe! I kept scrolling up and down to take every little snippet in. :) Question here: I keep thinking to buy a paint sprayer. How does that work for the inside? A fine mist doesn't go everywhere?

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  50. The wall, the cabinet, the french farm decors...everything just gorgeous! You always amaze me!!!
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  51. Wow what a transformation! It doesn't even look like the same cabinet. It all turned out beautifully.

    Blessings,
    Amy Jo

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  52. Drop. Dead. Gorgeous! REally, that is just so stunning! You have some serious vision lady!

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  53. Kris, this took my breath away, AMAZING!!! I love what you did with the doors and taking the bottom doors off for just shelves with baskets, perfect. Can you come to our house??

    Cindy

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  54. You two are just a whirlwind of activity over there. Looks like you work great as a team and create some beautiful decor....like always. I use a sprayer whenever possible too. I hate to paint but it's fun and fast with a sprayer.

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  55. You must have been dancing for joy when you discovered your three windows fit that cabinet - what are the chances of that!! Wow, I love what you did with the cabinet, the wall, the styling on each side of the cabinet. You two are quite the Dynamic DIY Duo. Beautiful! I thought your pictures looked great BTW.

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  56. You must be so happy with your new space! I love how you left the bottom cabinet doors off so you could use the baskets. So pretty! You've styled everything so nice too. I have the same problem photographing my whole house because we have solar screens on all our windows. Actually, I think the pics I take on my phone are better quality than my big, fancy camera. Your pics look amazing though! So bright and pretty.

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  57. Kris what a beautiful, lovely, creative, light, bright, decorative, masterpiece! So much love has gone into this wall, you and Terry are quite the pair. Hugs, Jo

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  58. Kris---you are an absolute genius!!!! Gorgeous transformation! I am in awe over all you have done on this wall!
    hugs from me....

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  59. What a wonderful job transforming that cabinet!!!! Wow!!! You are one visionary and talented woman!

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  60. Oh my goodness! That is absolutely beautiful!!!! I love the entire room! We are thinking about painting our table/chairs and china cabinet. I am so glad I saw yours - now I am motivated!!! So glad I stopped by from SSS. Have a wonderful day!

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  61. I hope you are having fun. Lots of work going on here.
    I have never heard of an indoor paint sprayer. Can you give us a little more info.
    I would love to look into one.
    And ... was it a gift for Terry or a gift for you? ha ha ha
    *Smiles*

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  62. I came back for another look at your white brick wall and noticed my last comment I tried to leave wasn't here, so
    leaving another one.
    You room is just wonderful and I think I left something on my other comment about your having a smart talented husband
    I can only wish for 1/2 as smart man friend LOL

    Girl you can really decorate the white farmhouse look

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  63. I can't believe how absolutely gorgeous that cabinet is. Wait a second... actually I can!! You've outdone yourself this time Kris! Those windows on the cabinets are perfection, and your faux brick wall is the delicious icing on this french farmhouse cake. Sooo lovely!

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  64. Beautiful transformation. love the look of the whole room and how you decorated it. I need another house, so I can decorate it differently.
    I had a china cabinet very similar to that one. I should have kept it.

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  65. Well my friend, I didn't doubt for a minute that it would be fabulous! The new chippy doors are just perfect. Love that arch! You just amaze me lady! Love, love it all!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  66. All I can say is WOW a thousand times over!....Amazing, amazing hutch transformation!!...and to think you had those magnificent pieces to replace the doors is just meant to be!...Love the transformation and all of the great decor and that faux brick wall is pretty awesome!...Great job you two!!!

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  67. Kris, You are sooo creative! I love the way you used the old windows and removing the bottom doors was clever. The new look is GORGEOUS!
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  68. OK!You are WAY!BEYOND! Talented! I absolutely LOVE! Your style and I am trying to incorporate moe white in my farmhouse! I Just LOVE your look! Sooooo clever! love the truck in the cabinet! I have a red one and now I need to use it differently! love the bench in the cabinet too! love! love the rolling pins in the basket! I am going to do that! thanks ! lOVE! lOVE LOVE the Milk and Cream sign! would be perfect in my farmhouse!!!!!! would you consider selling it to me ????? PLEASE! I did not see it in your new wall! well,Kris! you are my kindred spirit! I think we are about the same age Too! My email is papjohngram@yahoo .com Thanks! Enjoy your new look! fab,CINDY

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    1. Cindy,
      I hope you come back to see this. You are a no reply blogger so I had not way to contact you through email. I would have loved to sell you the Milk and Cream sign but my daughter swooped it up for her farmhouse kitchen. Sorry. Thanks for your sweet comments.
      Kris

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    2. Hi Kris! What's a no reply blogger mean? Did I hit the wrong button? Hope you get this message! Don't blame your daughter for grabbing that sign! It's a beauty! Anyway! Thanks for letting me know! Enjoy your new wall! Ha! I laugh because my husband sees me blogging with all you guys and I decorate like crazy too in my farmhouse!

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  69. Ok, it's great! Love that you used the old windows on the china cabinet. What good luck that was! They make that cabinet a stunner. Love the brick and yes...it's better than the before. But I did love the before.

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  70. It came out real pretty. I love how you changed out the doors!

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  71. This is gorgeous! What a transformation--unbelievable. Taking it from black to white really makes it extra dramatic--and those windows--wow! I somehow need to get those handles for a desk I have...do they sell online? Also, I need to see and hear more about that faux brick wall. Awesome post!

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  72. Amazing transformation Kris! I also love your little stools with the ruffled slipcovers! Great job.

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  73. Wow! Would I give my eye teeth for this! The change in the doors, along with the white paint, really made an amazing transformation. And all that display and storage space! If I can...haven't tried yet...I'm going to be Pinning a lot from this post.

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  74. This is THE most amazing, beautiful furniture transformation I have ever seen! LOVE it! I have a china cabinet very similar to yours in cherry wood (which I have never liked). Just to clarify....you painted over the mirrors in the back of the cabinet? broke out the glass in the doors?
    I've never heard of an inside spray painter...I assume the over-spray is more minimal? One last question - what kind of paint did you use? Thanks for the info and thank you for sharing this gorgeous piece!

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    1. I painted over the mirrors with the reg. white behr paint. It took three coats to cover nicely. This way the mirrors did not have to come out and be replaced with a piece of wood. I took the doors off completely and the other three vintage windows I had fit perfectly where the old doors use to be. The sprayer is called Finish Max and I ordered it from Home Depot. It was around $60 dollars with free shipping. It works great. You do have to water down your latex paint a little bit in this sprayer but it comes with directions and if you go to the site they have a video on this too. I used reg. paint on this cabinet. You could use chalk paint if you want. If you are going over the cherry finish and it has a varnish I would suggest getting Zinzer Shellac to prime it with. It will keep the white from turning yellow. I did not need to do this step with the cabinet already having black paint on it. Hope this helps and you come back to read this. I just did a post on no reply comment bloggers and how to fix that so when you leave questions I can get back to you by email instead of leaving the reply here. Hope this helps.
      Kris

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  75. Oh it is beautiful Kris!!!! What a wonderful job you did! Swooning!!!!! xox Maryjane

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  76. Wow, this looks amazing. Everything looks so beautiful, you must be so proud of yourself and great teamwork too. Well worth the wait. Thanks for sharing...This is a show stopper!!!

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  77. OMG!*!*! This is your BeSt Re-Do Ever!!! Looks AmaZiNg!!! Soooo Magazine Cover Worthy...
    Jeanine Burkhardt

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  78. OH SO PRETTY, Kris! That is AMAZING those doors/windows fit in your cupboard...meant to be! I always love seeing your wonderful projects...this is really wonderful!

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  79. One more comment....It looks Wonderful! I just love it! Thank you for sharing this post! It is most inspiring! Leticia

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  80. OH MY GOSH, Kris!! this is so gorgeous! what a beautiful transformation. those doors are amazing. and how cool is that srayer! thanks so much for coming over to join SYS!

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  81. Kris I have to tell you that this simply took my breath away! I mean your wall was lovely before but my oh my how I love what your did with the old china cabinet. Replacing the cabinet doors with those pretty chippy windows was a brilliant move and how incredible that they were a perfect fit!!! Thank you for the idea as I am contemplating some serious changes in my own kitchen right now. Thank you too for sharing your marvelous talent at Share Your Style this week. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
    XO Barbara

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  82. You were so lucky the old windows fit so perfectly for the doors. They completely change the look of the cabinet. It looks like a vintage piece now that adds a lot of charm to your already charming kitchen.

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  83. You amaze me with all you do, Kris! This is so pretty, and the wall is gorgeous!!!
    Hugs,
    Lin

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  84. Kris! You and Terry just amaze me! The treatment you used on the brick wall is fantastic! Sure takes it way beyond the 1970's "Z Brick" people used to put I their homes! It looks fabulous! I love how your cabinet turned out too! Love it so much better in white and the changes you made inside and out really transformed it! Beautiful! Love how the rustic rolling pins and cutting boards compliment each other and add to that French country feel! So neat! Thanks so much or sharing! Hugs, Leena

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  85. Ok Kris - you and Terry have got to start your own company now - really - this is absolutely out of this world incredible !!!!!!!!!!
    I can't believe it - I just can't believe how you've transformed this piece into a one of a kind GORGEOUS hutch - what a beautiful addition to your room - with the faux brick -
    UN.FREAKING.BELIEVABLE.
    I dub thee - THE FURNITURE WHISPERER ( because you are officially now the Queen of it )
    xoxo

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  86. What an amazing transformation -- truly gorgeous, and I love how you were able to use those old windows!

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  87. OMYGOSH...I've never been SO. IN. LUV.

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  88. Oh My Goodness Kris, this is just stunning and adorable all at the same time.
    Made my heart go pitty pat...............seriously........I love it all.
    So light and so bright and so whimsical.
    Know you are gonna enjoy that for quite a while.
    blessings, and good Job to you and Terry,
    Nellie

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  89. Hi Kris, wow sorry I missed this post! Wow it looks so beautiful. I love the china cabinet now and it just brightens things up and looks perfect. Love your house.
    Have a nice day and week.
    Julie

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  90. Congrats on the feature at SYS. You did an amazing job. Thanks for sharing. Have a great evening! xo

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  91. Your cabinet is gorgeous, Kris!!! Love, Love, Love how you added the vintage doors to the front.
    Mary Alice

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  92. You really have a great eye! That is the coolest furniture transformation I've seen in a long, long time. So cool to add the shelf and bench and the windows? Brilliant!! Enjoy your "new" cabinet!

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  93. oh my goodness where is the Love this button... Love the vintage doors what a great idea!

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  94. WOW! I LOVE everything!! It is simply stunning!

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  95. Kris, I can't believe I missed this, I have been waiting patiently for this reveal!! Gorgeous and so perfect for your home. You did a magnificent (should add Terry to this too) job with everything. Love the brick wall and the cupboard is totally transformed. I really like the look of the doors off and the wire baskets. The frames in place of the top doors are priceless. Just as perfect as perfect can be. And now I don't think you will find my little message under all 103!!! Congratulations and Happy Wednesday..Judy

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  96. Wow! Amazing transformation. That should be in a magazine!

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  97. I'm just now catching up with blogs and I'm amazed at the changes you've made to your china cabinet! You've outdone yourselves once again and made your cabinet fit perfectly into your home. Gorgeous!

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  98. I could just look at your pics all day! What a great re-do you did on that hutch...it is absolutely fabulous!!! I love everything about your room transformation, especially the pops of browns that you added to all the white. It just seems to add s bit of warmth to the room now....love, love, love it!
    JP

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  99. I absolutely love everything you do, but this steals the cake for me! That china cabinet turned out absolutely gorgeous...now I am thinking about where I could put one and how I could do it. lol Everything is so pretty Kris!

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  100. Wow! I'm trying to catch up with blogs and saw this on My Romantic Home. You two are simply amazing! Absolutely love the finished product and using those windows? A stroke of genius! My daughter has had this antique buffet for years and I've always coveted it. :) She just decided to do something different so now I have the piece! She had painted it white and I'm loving it! Will show it on my blog soon.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    xo
    Pat

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  101. Absolutely fabulous!! Every detail is beautiful.

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