Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Sweet depression era cabinet in Porters Paint



The other night I got a text from a friend if I wanted a cabinet. Of course I said yes :). It was her grandparents and needed about of love and the glass needed lots of scrubbing. I painted it in Waterford one of Porters Paints beautiful greens.  My aunt recently painted her dining room in this colour and I just love it. So sophisticated. The interior has been painted in a bright white satin enamel. 



The back is made from an old tea chest and still has the original stamps. I have left them unpainted inside and out as couldn’t bring myself to paint over this piece of history. This piece is very versatile. It would be gorgeous in a bathroom, kitchen, lounge room or large hallway. 











How cool is the SYDNEY on the back. So special.

This is Waterford below. Such a gorgeous colour.

This sold immediately on my Facebook page with several people interested so I think people love it as much as I do.

Fiona xx

7 comments:

  1. Glad it sold so quickly! Now on to another project!!

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  2. Good technique. I like that, You did a good job.. I have an old cabinet and I'm thinking that I should paint it and then use it like your technique....

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  4. You did an amazing job. I really liked it. Thanks a lot for sharing this post.

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  5. Hi Fiona. I have a provincial style Sideboard I would love to paint in the fabulous navy I have seen you work with. The timber however is quite rustic / not perfectly sanded. Will that be a drawback ? And what is the shade of navy you use?

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