China Cabinet Update in Bit of Sugar by Behr from confessionsofaserialDIYer.com

China Cabinet Update in Bit of Sugar by Behr from confessionsofaserialDIYer.com

Check out this gorgeous china cabinet, #upcycled by Amy! LIVE webinar on THURSDAY! http://acehardware.yourbrandlive.com/c/amyhowardholiday

Check out this gorgeous china cabinet, #upcycled by Amy! LIVE webinar on THURSDAY! http://acehardware.yourbrandlive.com/c/amyhowardholiday

Repurpose the top of a china cabinet to create a modern curio by adding feet by Just the Woods

Modern Chic Curio Cabinet - Just Add Feet by Just the Woods

Repurpose the top of a china cabinet to create a modern curio by adding feet by Just the Woods

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.

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.

My repurposed 1950s China cabinet, now my  beautiful new Jewelry Armoire!

My repurposed 1950s China cabinet, now my beautiful new Jewelry Armoire!

Season 16 Week 1 - So You Think You're Crafty, this is a great before and after, notice the upper doors have been removed, looks great!

Season 16 Week 1

Season 16 Week 1 - So You Think You're Crafty, this is a great before and after, notice the upper doors have been removed, looks great!

I'm getting rid of the hand me down I have, get ready for the transition.

I'm getting rid of the hand me down I have, get ready for the transition.

Top to a china cabinet that we repurposed. Added wood planked top, bun feet

Top to a china cabinet that we repurposed. Added wood planked top, bun feet

GORGEOUS!!!! Find a china hutch on Craigs list, paint it black, and repurpose it into an antique book cabinet. by joanna

GORGEOUS!!!! Find a china hutch on Craigs list, paint it black, and repurpose it into an antique book cabinet. by joanna

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.

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.

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