Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Cafe De Paris Cabinet Door

 
I found this cabinet door with a pretty arch top and glass insert at my local Restore.  It got a coat of creamy white paint and dark wax.
 
 
 
 
I added a graphic and applied it using the decoupage method that I used on my french graphic washtub.
 
 
 
I stenciled the lettering on the glass and done. 
 
 
 
I wish I had a million walls in my house so I could keep all the things I make.  I guess this will have to go to the Antique Mall since I don't have all those walls. Ha! Ha!
 
 
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19 comments:

  1. This is amazing. I wish I knew how to stencil this kind of thing...ohh the possibilities. A bucket list item for sure. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. Oh wow , now I know how I am going to do my pantry door! This is awesome thanks so much for this great idea. Keep blogging! xoxo Doris

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  3. I love this! I say take something else to the antique store and keep this for yourself!!!

    Carol

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  4. That turned out great! Such a unique piece!

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  5. What a lovely focal point! Nice job on the lettering, too.
    -Revi

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  6. What a great find and what you have done with it looks beautiful! Love the stenciling.

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  7. Sweet and stylish...can't find anyone around here who wouldn't LOVE to have this!

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  8. I'm really liking white and black these days and am using it a lot with our redo. You have a wonderful blog here! I'm your newest follower!

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  9. This is really an awesome makeover, fantastic job!!! I think you should keep it, maybe find something else to part with? (I know it's hard, I too like to keep it all. I've even resorted in a few instances to putting things on the outside walls)

    Happiness, Mickie

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  10. Ooo I love what you did with it! Hope you will come by and share at Creative Things Thursday. http://www.thevintagefarmhouse.com/

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  11. Oh that is so very beautiful you did an amazing job. I love Paris anything!

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  12. First, this has nothing to do with the post, but I am in love with that dress form. she looks great with the beautiful cabinet door. I could kick myself - I passed up a similar one last week because i had my mind set on something else. Love the graphics!

    Distressed Donna Down Home

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  13. Wow -that's so pretty! I'm pinning that to do something similar maybe in spanish for our back porch! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Love the wonderful transformation, it's gorgeous! I struggle with what to keep and what to sell all the time.

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  15. Love how your door turned out. Such a great transformation!
    Mary Alice

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  16. I love this idea, especially on glass. You have inspired me. Not only with the door but also with the stenciling. Something is telling me I need to learn this. Thanks.

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  17. Superb! I would so much love to have one like that in my house. You did a fabulous job.
    *Smiles*

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