Grandma B’s cabinet

March 7, 2011 at 5:36 pm 1 comment

This cabinet has been in my husband’s family for years. Grandma B used this cabinet to house her canned goods in her Las Cruces home up until she moved to Albuquerque. When my husband and I moved into our Phoenix apartment we had a very small kitchen with limited storage space. My mother-in-law understood our need for additional storage space and offered us Grandma B’s cabinet. Over the years this cabinet has been moved numerous times and endured a decent amount of wear and tear. It was time to give Grandma B’s cabinet a fresh coat of paint. I anticipated it would take some time but didn’t expect that it would take me months to complete.
~ Beth







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  • 1. gadgetronica  |  March 7, 2011 at 11:28 pm

    I was witness to how long this project has dragged out. But it was worth the wait! Wow! I have so many questions…what inspired the ‘scales?’ Did you use a template or did you freehand? Where did you get that great metallic paint? Did you replace any hardware? What will happen to it now?

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