We found this french provincial china cabinet several weeks ago at an estate sale. It had such great curves that we just could not pass it up. After cleaning it up a bit and several coats of paint later- it finally looks like a totally new piece of furniture.
We instantly updated it by painting and covering the gold paper inside. We also scraped the gold decals off of the glass panes for a more clean-lined look. This dated china cabinet has come a long way since we first bought it, now it's just waiting for a new home.
Just look at all of the beautiful details! This china cabinet is oh so charming!
If I owned this cabinet, I would use it for a book shelf and to display a small collection of vintage finds.
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