"Mr. Ed" and I have become quite fond of the HGTV show, Rehab Addict.
I just love when Nicole Curtis says, "There's always one more door".
Or I did...until we began this project in Studio One.
These are the cabinet doors that we removed from two bathrooms
and the laundry room when we first arrived On Crooked Creektt!
Our 1970's Ranch Style Home has dark walnut cabinetry.
All the cabinets were built on~site
and during renovations all that could be salvaged were the doors!
When "Mr. Ed" and I attended the Unique Antique Fall Market in October,
he was concerned with how close the tables were between each vendor booth.
Our plan is to participate in Unique Antique Spring Market 2014.
So~o~o. . .
one of the items on our project list was to use these doors for our booth!
After washing off the dust of the past 12 years,
I began trying different patterns with the set of six.
Once Mr. Ed" and I agreed on a pattern,
we taped the backs for placement and the priming and painting began.
I used my all~time favorite Sherwin~Williams Bonding Primer
followed by two~coats of my favorite finishing paint Paper White
on all six of the cabinet doors.
"Mr. Ed" spray painted all the cabinet pulls flat black.
The transformation is utterly spectacular!
(Below is a "mock" set up in our Lower Level Family Room.)
The cabinet doors are hinged together in pairs.
This allows for us to fold them flat for transporting to~and~from our booth.
It also gives us greater flexibility in how to arrange the doors
to best showcase our merchandise for display purposes
while serving as a divider between us and the adjacent booth.
I've already tried a few of our creative designs displayed against the white.
The merchandise looks quite tempting, indeed!!!
This is my favorite photo of the cabinet door backdrop!
It would be the view that would catch your eye
while on the aisle and (hopefully) draw you into our booth.
And. . .
As Nicole Curtis says, "There's always one more door."
Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creektt will be joining
Be sure to visit for you're sure to come away
filled with inspiring ideas for use in your own home decor!