vrijdag 8 april 2011

China cabinet make-over

It was my wish to transform our china cabinet into brocante, vintage-style.
It's a job that takes a lot of time, energy and needs patience. But once it was done I was very proud!! I'm glad we didn't buy a new one and gave our old china cabinet a second chance.

The rose-china I bought at the second-hand store. The Wedgwood china is heritage from my mother.

5 opmerkingen:

  1. Hello :)

    Wow- thankyou for finding my blog. I am very flattered and happy, that you will be following my blog. I will from now on leave a tranlated version at the bottom, so you can understand what it says :)
    It is not my own shop- it is a newly opened shop in my city, and I wanted to share it, with the other girls. It's beautiful and colourful :)
    Have a great weekend.

  2. Ik zag net in je reactie dat je nog net zo he als mijn zusje ook ;-) Dus ik vind je nu al aardig haha

  3. Wouw, wat mooi geworden! Vooral met dat behangetje aan de binnenkant en al dat mooie servies! Leuk dat je ons volgt!!!

    Fijn weekend!

  4. Super leuke kast geworden! als je zo'n kast koop verwacht je niet dat hij na een likje verf zo mooi kan worden!

    Zonnig weekend!