Country Living Textured Paint Armoire

 Painting slows down here...
When the weather turns bitterly cold...
My barn is not heated...
So...
We have to be creative...
We decided to paint inside A Corner Cottage...

 

This wardrobe has great potential...
But...
It doesn't look like much as is...

Country Living Texture Basecoat is a versatile paint for this type of work...
We painted the first coat with Parchment ...
Mixed the Parchment with Colonial Blue Texture Basecoat....
And...
Mottled the Light Blue over the Parchment...

Adding wreath appliques...
And...
A hand painted ceramic knob..
Transformed the drab to chic...

 

The surprise...
Opening the doors to a cedar lined Armoire...

Blessings, Becky

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Power_of_Paint___Domestically_Speaking,
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17 Responses to Country Living Textured Paint Armoire

  1. Nice piece. Love the knob! I don’t think I’ve ever seen one like it. :)

  2. Oh that is one beautiful makeover! I am getting up my nerve to do a furniture piece. I’ve never done one. Yours is just gorgeous and the color is so pretty!

  3. Looks lovely and I really like the wreaths.

  4. Wow! Love it! That chair is fabulous, too!

  5. Amazing, that is so beautiful. The knobs and wreath appliques are perfect!

  6. I clicked on your post at the Savvy Southern Style party because of the great knob you had on your cabinet. And then I saw the cabinet – oooh! Great job!

  7. This piece is so soft and beautiful! The wreaths are a perfect touch. I’d love it if you would link this up to my new linky party, “What We Accomplished Wednesday.” It is live right now.

    Have a happy Valentines Day!
    Hugs,
    Deborah

  8. For something that started out plain, you certainly had the vision to see it as more. Which is half the fun of collecting! The embellishments of the wreath appliques were perfect as well as the knobs. Fabulous idea to hang a chandie inside with the Louis ? chair in front. How inviting!

  9. Absolutely beautiful, I love it:-)

  10. This is a beautiful piece…love the appliques and the knobs….very nice touches!!

  11. Wow! I just love this transformed armoire. The wreath detailing is spectacular, as well as the colors you chose.
    Found you on Common Ground..happy Valentine’s day!

  12. GORGEOUS makeover! The wraith detailing is amazing!

  13. What a beautiful piece of furniture. You did a wonderful job “fancying” her up.

    Such a nice visit with you this afternoon. Blessings to you, Amy

  14. That armoire is stunning! Love the cedar interior, such a great contrast. I’m featuring it in the PoPP Spotlight this week. Thanks for linking up.

  15. Congratulations, you’ve been featured on Wicked Awesome Wednesday! What a beautiful redo of the cabinet. Please stop by the website to grab your “I’ve been Featured” button.

  16. Love the wreath addition and the knobs are so cool

  17. So rustic yet elegant. As for painting this time of year. I have the same issues. Thanks for sharing.
    p

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