|Here is the basic frame of the cabinet|
|Back view of the frame|
|Another back view|
|I lightly dry brushed the cabinet with standard white paint and sanded it a little with some steel wool.|
|I love all the storage!!|
|Here's how he constructed the doors|
|Here's what the area looked like before with a baker's rack|
I'm linking to the parties listed HERE and to:
Savvy Southern Style
Debbiedoo's Blogging and Blabbing Newbie Party
The House in the Roses
Between Naps on the Porch
Today's Creative Blog
Debbiedoo's Blogging and Blabbing Newbie Party
The House in the Roses
Between Naps on the Porch
Today's Creative Blog
Nice job! I really like the final look with the whitewash on it.ReplyDelete
Looks great! I love it :)ReplyDelete
I love it! Such a great job~ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party.. can't wait to see what you share next!
Hope you stop by and enter my giveaway for up to $100 in mdf craft goodies @ http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2011/10/mr-woody-giveaway-win-up-to-100-in.html
Get out of here! You and your husband could so sell those! LOVE IT!ReplyDelete
Looks awesome! I'm jealous, gonna have to be on the search for free pallets now!ReplyDelete
What a great cabinet!! Lucky you to have a resident carpenter.ReplyDelete
Wow! That is fantastic, I love it! I totally would have featured you on my last post if I had only found your sooner! Theroosterandthehen.comReplyDelete
found you and your lovely blog via BBC and would love to have you visit and have a great giveaway at the moment!
I am so impressed! Now I am embarrassed that my pallets always turn into firewood!ReplyDelete
love it---and what a guy you have picked!ReplyDelete
Hi Melissa, what a great job you did on the cabinet. I have found and am following you through Debbie's Newbie Party and hope to visit more often. Please come and visit me. I would love to have you. Hugs, ChrisReplyDelete
really love it! How exactly did you sweet talk your husband into doing that? haha! I'd love it if you shared this over at Trash to Treasure Tuesdays on the Korner, and any other former "trash" projects you may have done! :) http://kammyskorner.blogspot.com/2011/10/trash-to-treasure-tuesday-link-party-2.htmlReplyDelete
Wow, wow, wow!! Love the cute cabinet and love it even more since it was free!ReplyDelete
love this idea. Super cute. I found you through Crayon Freckles btw.ReplyDelete
You did great with this. Love how it turned out!ReplyDelete
Found you on Not just a Housewife. I really love this! I've been wanting my husband to built a sort of buffet for our entry way and I think this would be perfect! Thank you so much for sharing!ReplyDelete
looks fantastic! What a great use for an old pallet!ReplyDelete
I featured you on my FB page - thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday!ReplyDelete
Hi Melissa! I found your blog via J&M's Eye Candy and think we may just be decorating soul mates...lol! I am a lover of anything shabby antique too! This is such a beautiful piece...you did a great job :) This morning I posted an antique jewelry holder I made...you should come check it out! Following you now on band your blog :)ReplyDelete
Wow I love it ! Great job. I hope you'll stop by sometime www.bargainfun.netReplyDelete
GENIUS!!! seriously genius! i am so impressed!ReplyDelete
I am impressed with your building skills.ReplyDelete
A slap of white and you turned it lovely!!! :)ReplyDelete
I'm always so amazed at the builders of the world. You did a fab job. xoReplyDelete
This is just lovely!!!! I love the color choice. I am now following your adorable blog!!!!ReplyDelete
Love this. Going to have to get more serious about hunting down some pallets!ReplyDelete
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I love the whole beachy feel of your cabinet! :) Great repurposing.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous little cabinet! Love that you made it with pallets. You're a genius. :)ReplyDelete
Visiting from Savvy Southern Style. Following you now :)
I am so showing my husband this great post...he comes across them all the time! Love your blog, I am a new follower!ReplyDelete
Ooohh! What a good idea! I love your blog! Just started following you... Love meeting other God- loving Moms who share a love for shabby things too! :)ReplyDelete
Build it, girl! Your a luckie-duckie to have an endless supply of pallets! I'm working on a pallet project now, but It's a slllloooowww-go. Gotta get out to that garage and fire up the saw!ReplyDelete
Yur pallet loving sista, Gwen
STICKER all the way!
Now that is awesome!! How did you not get a million splinters working with that rough wood??ReplyDelete
I love this and I love Pallets! I have a whole board devoted to them on Pinterest and I just added your project :)ReplyDelete
Love it! He did a great job!ReplyDelete
Very creative..I love it..I would love for you to share at my "Anything Goes Link Party" http://jeana-marie.blogspot.com/2011/10/anything-goes-link-party.htmlReplyDelete
Oh, you and me both!ReplyDelete
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Melissa, it's awesome!! Besides the beauty of it, what a great way to hide all those gadgets we have to have around! I so need one like that! Thank you so much for linking up!ReplyDelete
I am impressed...cute little cabinet with lots of storage space!ReplyDelete
That is some terrific pallet construction! Love the finish too!ReplyDelete
What a great idea!! I have been looking for something like this to use pallet wood for thanks for sharing! I am you newest follower found you on At the Picket Fence. Have a great weekend SueReplyDelete
Your husband did an awesome job! What a creative use for pallets.ReplyDelete
Melissa, what a marvelous job you did on the cabinet. I have found and am following you through Debbie's Newbie Party and hope to visit more often. Hope you will share more ideas with us.ReplyDelete
I keep getting pallets that wont come apart! This turned out really great, Maybe one day I can get the things apart and start creating along with you!ReplyDelete
btw- I shared this one FB http://www.facebook.com/pages/Momma-Hen/123880607653210ReplyDelete
love the pallet cabinet! found you from gina's...ReplyDelete
Completely cool! Thanks for linking to Farmhouse Friday!ReplyDelete
I am in love with this. My hubby is building our kitchen cabinents I will have to show him this. Thanks for linking up and sharing;)ReplyDelete
love your pallet cabinet. Looks greatReplyDelete
This cabinet is fabulous!! I live this idea. I'm asking hubby to bring me some pallets.ReplyDelete
AMAZING! Hubby is one talented man. I love it.ReplyDelete
I am featuring you tomorrow during sticker time!ReplyDelete
Make sure you stop by to button-up! I hope to see you there!
woow.....A great job I think :)ReplyDelete
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Your cabinet turned out great. What a wonderful ese of pallets! Thank you for being part of TTF and have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous cabinet! So much personality. :)ReplyDelete
That is cool! I showed it to James Bond and he asked me to send him the link to this post so he can make one!ReplyDelete
Stopped by from Amanda's.
BTW, doing a week of giveaways on my blog. Stop over and enter.
What an adorable cabinet! Thanks for linking up this week! I wanted to let you know I am featuring this today!ReplyDelete
LOVE it!! I need me some pallets asap!! Featuring you and your awesome redo on our blog tomorrow :) Feel free to grab a featured button and get you brag on :)ReplyDelete
Thanks again so much for visiting our blog J&M's Eye Candy Hope you come back and visit us again :)
wow I am so impressed. That is a lot of hard work and it looks absolutely amazing. Beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing and linking up to our party Show and Share. Make sure to come back this week and link up your latest projects. We would love to see them.ReplyDelete
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Love, love, love it! I have wanted to do something like this for so long and always found it too intimidating. You've inspired me and I featured you on my Thursday party this week!ReplyDelete
what a great idea!!!ReplyDelete
I love a good pallet project- yours is so darling!! Thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!ReplyDelete
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What a smart idea! It turned out beautiful!!! It completely transforms the space! Thanks so much for sharing at Homemaker in Heels! :)ReplyDelete
This is fabulous! I would love to feature this on Reduce, Reuse, Upcycle. Feel free to stop by and grab a featured button. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Looks fantastic, well done! I'm going to attempt something similar for a relatives house. Effective, useful and cheap!ReplyDelete
Sort of makes me wonder why anyone uses new wood for anything when the results from pallet wood are so unique.ReplyDelete
Have you used Rose wood for yourReplyDelete
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Found your lovely pallet creation on Pinterest. About how many pallets do you need to build one?
I love this! What a great job! Would you mind telling me the dimensions of your finished project? I'm trying to find something that would fit into a particular space and was in need of some ideas.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful cabinet. Admirations for the labor.ReplyDelete
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