You may remember that around the time that I decided to update our dining room with black walls I also repainted a vintage piece of furniture we had so it would work better with our new look.
I loved the look of this old Victrola cabinet but it came up short in the storage department. In April it was time for the The Traveling Door 2013 event and I realized I didn't have as many pieces as I usually do to show so I started looking around the house for pieces I had painted and decided to take this newly repainted number too. Well, it sold and although that made me happy there was now a real void at this end of the room that made parting with it a little bittersweet. I have actually sold the last three pieces that I have painted for this space so I am learning to not fall in love with or get too attached to any of them.
I knew I wanted to repeat the black and white look that worked so well here and I really like that whole Hollywood Regency vibe so when I found this white cabinet at a freight salvage store I knew it needed to come home with me.
The process was the same. Just like its predecessor, I taped off a Greek Key type pattern and with some left over black paint I gave this little white sideboard a new black and white look. I call it my Hollywood Regency Cabinet 2.0
After adding in a little bit of bling with some hardware via the Hob Lob I like to think the look is complete.
Hopefully this one will be around for a while.
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