Corner cabinets seem to be a mythical beast of sale weekends at the Vintage Market. When they come in, it’s always the talk about the customers and very quickly they disappear. So when a corner cabinet was offered up for grabs on the FB marketplace, I hurried to buy it. When picking it up, my darling husband looked at me with adoration and said “how much did you buy that thing for?”. Love will make you overlook the questioning eyebrows of your spouse who thinks who like to blow money on stupid furniture. I knew for this corner cabinet redo that Fusion paint was the way to go – check out my other post reviewing the color “Casement” – seriously, this stuff is awesome!
For this project, I used the Fusion paint color “Inglenook” to cover up the awful brownish tan latex paint disaster that is the before.
It took little to no sanding, a wipe off with some Simple Green, and it was ready to be painted. This paint not only dries quickly but also evenly – for someone who hates to sand in between coats *raises hand* this is a blessing.
I combined the duck egg blue hues of the paint with a ceramic white knob that I had laying around (no Hobby Lobby hardware run this time!) to create a simple and clean look. On a small side note, this is one of many projects lately that I have been completing while on my spender’s challenge. Frugality and furniture flipping (I love me some alliteration) are two areas that I hope to become more skilled at combining.
What do you think of this corner cabinet redo? Any mythical furniture in your world? Have you tried Fusion paint yet? Let me know in the comments below!