Happy Friday! It’s been a hot week here. I’m going to share another use of my marble contact paper on this vintage cabinet top.
This is how it looked before. My camera actually makes it look better than it is. It has seen plenty of years of use. I don’t know how old this cabinet is. I’m guessing it was built in the 30’s or 40’s by the style. But blond wood was popular in the 50’s. So I have no idea.
The doors had a wood panel originally. My hubby cut them out for me and replaced them with glass about a year ago.
How about a peek inside? It holds mid-century kitchen items that I’ve collected over the years. That scale is still spot-on. I’ve used it to weigh packages for the mail, and the post office totally agreed with the same weight. That’s a scale worth keeping just for it’s function.
This is the other side of my kitchen eating area. A vintage cabinet with a prettier top.
Last night I put the finishing touches on my newly painted china cabinet. So be sure to come by and check it out.