This butch pine cabinet required a much needed revamp, but with a difference to soften it's masculine look.
Hand-made clay moulds were created and applied to add detail to the drawers, top arch, sides and even the chunky door hinges. Once secured and the unit primed, the exterior was finished in the smouldering shade of Queenstown Gray Milk Paint. Winter White Glaze was dry brushed over the moulds to accentuate the detail in them and bring an elegant, feminine charm to the exterior.
The side panels were designed using the same white glaze applied to an Iron Orchid Design stamp and pressed onto the furniture to leave its beautiful pattern.
For the interior cabinet and drawers, a striking green and white toile de jouy tissue paper was applied using the method of decoupage. This was then fully sealed to withstand daily use.
The design of the cabinet's interior compliments the Queenstown Gray perfectly and creates a visually striking and functional reloved item of furniture.