Work is in progress on the white corner cabinet. I decided to add a little picture frame molding to the doors, so those are now dry and it’s ready for the 2nd coat of paint.
Also used a little piece of leftover molding from the dining room project to add a little extra crown to it. I like to add a little bit of detail whenever I can on things like this. It just makes a difference in the finished project.
This might sound really strange, but I’ve decided to put burlap on the back walls. After doing my lampshades in burlap last year, I’ve wanted to do more with it and I thought the texture and tone would work nice with this piece. I’m going to do a little bit to it with stenciling or painting, not sure yet, so that’s still to be decided. I don’t think much of this will show after I get dishes in there anyway, but it will look nice peeking out.
And while at Hobby Lobby picking up the burlap, I checked out their knobs and look what I found?! I love these and they will be like little pieces of jewelry.
Stay turned for the finished piece! I’ll get this all done before the granite is installed in a few weeks, so it’s going to feel like a new kitchen.
Don’t forget the Spring Fluffing party tomorrow. I hope you’ve got your posts ready to link up to Mr. Linky. I’ll try to get the post up later tonight and we can get an early start on Wednesday’s party.
Tales From My Empty Nest says
The corner cabinet is going to be amazing when you are finished. I love the knobs and the burlap. Can't wait to see it once it is done. Love & blessings from NC!
Jen r. says
Love that idea! I’s very Ballard!
cute! I am so impressed with your paint job! and I have to copy your knobs girl! I am going to go to Hobby Lobby and hope I can find the same ones!!!! (My hubby will freak I am going to see if those can be used in my Kitchen)
Susan Lang says
Looking forward to the big Reveal!
Isn’t Hobby Lobby the greatest?! I picked up some glass knobs for a dresser for next to nothing.
Love this cabinet! Can’t wait to see when it’s finished!
The burlap idea is genius! I’m stealing that idea for my crumbling Creole pie chest. And I love the detail you are adding with the molding!
Melissa Lewis - Off The Wall says
Can’t wait to see the final outcome!