Dont toss that top from your china cabinet. Too often we like to save the bottom for a buffet and toss the top. You can repurpose the top section of a china cabinet, just add feet and turn it into a curio cabinet!

Repurpose the top of a china cabinet into a curio cabinet.

Repurpose the top of a china cabinet by adding feet and turn it into a modern chic curio cabinet. With a fabric decoupage back this painted furniture makeover is a DIY project for everyone via

From French Country Cottage: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Coco, then layered another coat of paint on it again with Coco mixed with right off the hardware store shelf White.  Interior Country Grey.  Not waxed or stained.

Painted Library Cupboard - I love old vintage linen cupboards and china cabinets especially when they are painted. Ones with tall and stately lines.

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Antique china cabinet painted in Annie Sloan Graphite and French Linen

China cabinet painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Graphite and French Linen

Found this cute China cabinet in the thrift store. After 2 days this is the end result I use valspar chalk paint from lowes

Have to try this for my parents' old hutch! Found this cute China cabinet in the thrift store. After 2 days this is the end result I use valspar chalk paint from lowes

I just finished upcycling the bottom half of a $50 china cabinet into a TV stand. This project only cost ~$150 including the cabinet and materials. Check out my blog treatnation.com for the tutorial.

Have you ever wandered into a thrift shop and been both taken aback and awed by a piece of furniture? That’s exactly what happened to me when I saw an old China cabinet at the Habitat for Humanity.

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