Thursday, May 10, 2018

My Shabby Chic Kitchen Makeover Tour

Hello friends! 
Welcome back!!
I am soooo excited to share with you my Shabby Chic Kitchen Hoosier cabinet makeover and tour!!
I have been dying to wave my magic paint brush and kick this Hoosier cabinet up a notch to match my Shabby Chick kitchen cabinets.
So here is the BEFORE...
 Ta Da!!!
How fun is this?! 
If you are into Shabby Chic you will know what I mean.
These fun happy fresh colors really brighten up my tiny kitchen!
I could not be happier with the results!!
Did you know you can spray paint plates?
I took a couple of old plates and bowls that I did not use and spray painted them pink to match the knobs on my cabinet!
Click here to take the video tour...
Here is the side view of my Shabby Chic Kitchen!
I painted my cabinets white several years ago...now if only someone would make pink or green appliances!
I used a Rachel Ashwell vintage Simply Shabby Chic baloon valance with a ruffled white 
valance overlay above my sink.
I also added a pale pink chandelier to glam up the space!
Thank you so much for stopping by!
I hope you enjoyed this makeover project and are inspired to wave your magic paint brush!
Till next time my darlings!
Hugs and sparkles,
xoxo
Love,
Olivia

6 comments:


  1. Hi, Im a new follower on your blog from gfc ...
    I hope you will be back ...
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    1. Hello lovely friend! Thank you so much for your visit and the follow! Hugs and sparkles, xoxo Love, Olivia

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  2. Hi Olivia!
    I enjoyed seeing the tour of your kitchen. I've thought often about you and hope you are doing well.
    I've wanted to paint furniture white but have been scared to try. You make it look so easy. I'll have to research more and see what would work best for the pieces I'd like to change.

    Great to see you!
    LaDonna

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    1. Hello sweet LaDonna!!~~ Thank you so much for your visit! I hop you are doing well. I encourage you to paint some furniture! I love it and if it is not a family heirloom, I have never regretted painting anything. I would love to hear about your projects! Definitely do some research to see what works for you. xoxo Love, Olivia

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Hello Friend! Thank you so much for stopping by! I love to hear your thoughts! Hugs, Olivia

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