Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Dish Cabinet Re-do

On a recent junkin' excursion, we found this dish cabinet. I had been wanting one for a very long time. This was the only one I had come across that didn't cost a fortune.'s not in the best condition. After taking this baby home, I noticed a lot more imperfections than I noticed while I was at the yard sale. Excitement had taken over and I just couldn't wait to buy this thing. All the while my husband was in the background shaking his head "no". But did I listen? No. He lovingly hauled my cabinet home for me and it is patiently waiting in the garage on me (with Terry's help of course) to start the re-do process. Problem is...I don't know for sure how I want it to be. I NEED your help deciding. Please leave me a comment with any suggestions. I'll be sure to post the finished product after it is complete. I can't wait to hear what you have to say!

Isn't it cute?


  1. I say do it in a Aruba Blue with an antiquing glaze over it! It will look awesome with your fiesta ware dishes in it!

  2. I had a cabinet very similar to this one sold right out from under me today. I paid for it and went back to pick it up and another employee had sold it to someone else, not knowing that it had been sold.No one put a hold tag on it for me! Argh.

    I tried responding to your comment on my blog, but you have your email locked in your google profile, so I couldn't respond beack via email.
    Anyhoo, when you come down, stop in and introduce yourself! I can't wait to start meeting bloggers in person! We actually open on the 1st, but we're holding grand opening during the craft fair for obvious reasons.

    If you decide you don't want that cabinet, oad her up and bring her to me!