Jewelry Display Cabinet
I didn’t take a picture of this before I got started… argh! I can tell you it was that old, dark brown wood and one of the drawers had a big piece of the bottom edge missing… not sure why…maybe a dog?
I think this piece was originally meant to display small plates, but I’m not sure what the bottom drawers were for? After rebuilding the mangled drawer I spray painted it white (because I thought that was what I wanted) but after it was sprayed I decided it really would look better with a coat of color! The color I decided to use was Old Violet Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, which is a pretty blue / purple.
I removed the back and painted the rest of the cabinet with two coats of Old Violet.
I lightly distressed the edges so that the white would peek through. I then sealed the paint with Clear Annie Sloan wax, buffed it with 0000 steel wool and polished it with a soft cloth.
This piece has a lot of great lines to it!
And I just adore the little drawers with the porcelain knobs.
I added this great paper to the back to give it some additional interest and texture!
I didn’t put any hooks in it, just in case someone wanted to use it for something other than jewelry display… but I think it would be so cute with mismatched teacups with earrings hanging of the edges and rings or bracelets inside of the teacups… There really are a lot of possibilities for this piece!
It’s not a keeper, but I think it will find a loving home, what do you think?
Thanks for stopping by…
Until next time!
Posted on January 30, 2013, in Furniture refinishing and tagged Annie Sloan chalk paint, Annie Sloan Wax, Decorative shelf backing, Old Violet ASCP, Painted furniture, Painted jewelry cabinet, Painted wall shelf, Painting with Chalk Paint. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.