Not long ago, I featured a china cabinet makeover from High Style Restyle. Well, that was only one of several projects that Amy and her dad have been making from pieces of the china cabinet he found on the roadside. Today, I’m sharing another one: their new apothecary-style cabinet.
To transform this dated cabinet base into an uber-stylish apothecary cart, they started by removing the original doors and drawer fronts, setting them aside to use for a future project. To achieve the look of multiple small drawers, they made new cabinet doors from solid pieces of wood, then routed a grid pattern on the face of each one. The cabinet got a new top and was painted a subtle gray with milk paint, giving it a vintage feel. The finishing touches were labeled pulls on the “drawer” fronts, and a set of caster wheels. Gorgeous!
There’s lots more to learn about the transformation of this cabinet at High Style Restyle.