A traditional china cabinet made in a factory in the 1950s gets a quick update by removing some of its embellishments and bringing forth some graphic interest. Begin by removing the fancy pediment on the top with a crowbar. Fill any holes with wood putty and sand, then spray with a coat of California Paints Speakeasy in a matte finish using a FLEXiO paint sprayer. Replace the glass with wooden panels sprayed with California Paints Modern Ivory to show off the visual detail of the wooden door panel design.
China Cabinet Before:
China Cabinet After:
Wooden inlay design becomes a central graphic sprayed and relieved by wooden panel inserts.