I was so excited to find this antique china cabinet. I love unique pieces and want to be able to refinish more of them. I have a hard time finding them on the west side of Arizona.
I went to Pinterest to find inspirational photos to give me an idea of what I wanted to do. At one point I was toying with the idea to go bright and bold, but caved when I thought of a two toned look for this gal.
This gorgeous curio cabinet has curved glass and a backsplash beveled mirror. Carved lion claw feet with original casters. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Amazing Grey and glazed in a dark grey glaze to pop out all those fantastic details. Inside has three removable display shelves that are refinished in Sherwin-Williams Greek Villa. All original casters and knob are revamped in Nickel.
She is available for purchase please click over to Shop Selections to view details.
Before and after photos. This poor gal came to me with a broken foot and a missing glass door. Looking at the final photos, would you never be able to guess that. Love how she turned out!
9 thoughts on “Antique China Cabinet”
Stunning piece!! Great work!!
Is it for sale and how much
She sold! You can view whats available over at Shop Selections;)
How did you get the darker color in the cracks?
I have a couple of curio cabinets I am redoing and I really like what you did on yours.
Hi Susan! I used a glaze! Glaze is great for details as it goes into the nooks and crannies of a piece to highlight those details making them pop!
Absolutely beautiful. I’ve been looking for one of these for years. You did such a beautiful job bringing it back to life. Thank you for sharing.