Before & After: Kitchen Cabinet with Grey Ombre and a Grey Stripe
This cabinet was in pretty good shape before we refinished it minus having some grease in the nooks and crannies. A good cleaning and a lot of sanding and it was ready for its new paint. The design of the paint was inspired by our green mid-century cabinet with the ombre look but was by request of the client. The perfect place for their cookbooks on the shelves and to hide goodies inside.
Nancy Enkoji stands over a freshly painted cabinet door and twists a screw into a new hinge while her daughter, Miyoshi Enkoji-Busch, surveys the new color. Since 2010, the mother-daughter team has restored at least 100 pieces of forgotten and abandoned furniture. With paint and good design, they give customers functional items to decorate rooms around their homes, from the kitchen to the patio…..
Before & after cute green nightstand
I love this adorable nightstand hand painted by Bricolage’s own Nancy!
There were great details in the shape of this nightstand that deserved some sort of punch to stand out, so instead of going bright we went with a soothing green for the base and an off white/grey for the hand painted design. This piece would be great as a nightstand but would look great in a living room as well!
Before & after round wood table with gold accents.
A beautiful side table that just needed a bit of loving and a punch of color, in this case, gold! This table has the perfect lines for an accent color so we took the natural definitions and painted them gold. We also did a gold tipped leg and a gold honey comb design on top. The top of the table had an interesting naturally worn pattern on it, so we sanded the top, painted a light wash, added the honeycomb design and put a stain over the whole top and wood.
Before & after mid-century modern ombre cabinet.
This was a fabulous find besides the fact that it was missing its legs! Luckily we had some mid-century tapered legs that matched perfectly! We had been wanting to do an ombre piece like this and the wood slat doors presented the perfect canvas. We decided to do a green from dark to light. There was a bit of damage on the top so we repaired it and decided to paint the whole body a light greenish yellow.