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Vintage enamel porcelain top wooden cabinet kitchen cupboard antique Mid-Century

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Seller:regenerationstation&#x;️(6,)%, Location:Belleview, Florida, Ships to: US, Item:Vintage enamel porcelain top wooden cabinet kitchen cupboard antique Mid-Century. Depression era solid wood cabinet with porcelain enamel top has a retro green finish.Great for Mid-Century, shabby, cottage, farmhouse and boho chic styles. Cabinet is perfect for a bathroom, kitchen or even as a nightstand or end table. Solid wood construction with a top drawer and lower cabinet with shelf provides great storage. Cabinet measures 20" wide x 16" deep x 20" tall.The drawer is 7 1/2" x 12" x 2 1/2"Lower cabinet is 16 1/2" wide x 12 1/4" deep x 14 1/2" tall.The removeable shelf is 16 1/2" x 10" x 8" tall. Cabinet has no defects.Enamel top has two age/wear spots on the edges and light rust looking stains on the top. Please view description and photos carefully. The photos count as part of the description in case I miss a visual defect in the written description. Shipping:We will ship to anywhere in the U.S. including Alaska and Hawaii and also international.The shipping amount listed is for domestic U.S. shipping only.Please email for a quote on Hawaii, Alaska or international shipping rates.Contact me for verification of calculated shipping as the shipping calculator is usually incorrect. Shipping will be via USPS/Fedex/UPS or Busfreighter (for larger items) whichever is least costly. Returns:item is sold as found as is. Item must be shipped and return in same condition it was mailed out in order to receive a refund.If you receive your item and it is damaged or not as described please contact me at once. I really like to work things out with buyers to make sure they have a pleasant buying experience. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my other items in our store regenerationstationCondition:Fantastic vintage/antique condition. Very solid cabinet. Two worn areas on enamel top., Restocking Fee:No, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer, Region of Origin:America, Style:Mid-Century Modern, Depth:16", Maker:Unknown, Sub-Style:shabby cottage retro, Material:Enamel, Width:20", Original/Reproduction:Original, Age:Post, Type:Cabinets & Cupboards, Color:white and green, Height:20"

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Enamel Cabinet Makeover ~ Cottage Style

Are you ready for some fun? It&#;s Trash to Treasure Tuesday and my blogger friends and I love to show you some awesome makeovers. In honor of my husband&#;s grandmother that passed away this time last year, I decided to give her old enamel cabinet a much needed TLC makeover.

Enamel Cabinet Before Makeover by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Normally at this time of year we would be celebrating my grandmother-in-law&#;s birthday. However, just after her birthday last year she quietly passed while sitting out on her porch&#;her favorite thing to do in the evening before bed. What a way to go! I mean, not to make light, but if I had a choice of how I was going to meet my Lord, that would be it.

BACK STORY

Dear Opal is missed by her 7 children and all the family left behind, including us. She was a tough little lady that knew how to work hard, and get a good laugh. Also, gardening was her passion and she worked in an Amish furniture store where her smile was thoroughly enjoyed. Her and her husband built their home and managed to make it through raising their brood, while sadly burying their 6 month old baby boy. That is one of the many things that her and I had in common &#; saying goodbye to our babies far too soon.

However, like all of us who pass from this world, we leave all the &#;things&#; we acquire for those left behind to sort through. One of those items was this enamel cabinet that was&#;well&#;pretty rough.

Side of Enamel Cabinet with Damage | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

When I was asked if I wanted it, I was like, &#;Ooh&#;is that an enamel top? YES!&#; Little did I know that the cabinet would be so in need of love. meh. The top had some rusting and chipped spots and that is no biggie. I removed the top and all the hardware. I&#;ll get to that later.

Enamel Top of Cabinet | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

MESS

The inside, however, was another story. The bottom is rotting out. Also, the front skirt and bottom of the sides were made of veneer that have moisture damage from being in her basement.

Rotted Out Inside of Enamel Cabinet | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

So, the plus side is the enamel top is in great shape. I only had to replace one caster that is ate up by bugs. Then, it&#;s demo time. See the skirt at the top of the picture below and how it&#;s separating? Removing Damaged Cabinet Bottom | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

BEGINNINGS

The sides and bottom of the cabinet consist of a 3-ply veneer. The bottom was nothing but a flaked mess and came out easily. Once that was removed, I used some scrap wood, clamps, and wood glue to clamp each side for a few hours to see if it would do the job. It worked!

Gluing Enamel Cabinet Base | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Not only is he hardware is awfully rusty, but the chrome has damage too. First, I soaked every bit of screws, hinges, brackets, and closures in CLR. (ya know, that Calcium, Lime, Rust remover) Then, I began cleaning with a scouring pad and toothbrush to get into the tight spots. I lubed the hinges and closures with oil and they were good to go.

After that I used a trick to repair the chrome that I learned from my friend, Heather at The Heathered Nest (she&#;s one of the most talented and hilarious bloggers I know). I took aluminum foil and water and rubbed each piece to give it a fresh new shine.

Repairing Chrome with Aluminum Foil by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

As for the enamel top, I went to one of my favorite tools, Bar Keeper&#;s Friend. I could have also used this on my chrome parts, but didn&#;t see the need. However, when it came to the top, I knew that it needed this stuff. It took out a bazillion scratches and removed the rust like a dream. So much so that my kids kept walking by going, &#;Whoa! That&#;s incredible!&#;

Bar Keeper's Friend for Enamel Sinks and Tops by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

NEXT STEPS

Now, back to the cabinet. The drawers were in great shape and even had the metal bread box too. It is just missing the sliding lid and needs some rust-be-gone love. That was an easy fix.

A new piece was cut to fit the bottom and I attached it with my nailer.

Ryobi AirStrike to Repair Cabinet | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

After that, I went to town on that cabinet with my sander. Since the original paint is in immense flake state and had nasty stains, I gave the cabinet a new color I knew Opal would love. She and I both thoroughly enjoy aqua. While my go-to color is in these posts, I decided to give another seconds sample I found a try. It&#;s kind of a minty blue and went on like a dream with my brush.

Painting Enamel Topped Cabinet | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

TRIBUTE TO OPAL

After a few coats and reassembled, here is Opal&#;s enamel cabinet. Sniff&#;I sure hope she likes it.

Vintage Enamel Topped Cabinet Made New with Love by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Top View of Restored Enamel Cabinet by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

To say I&#;m pleased with it is an understatement. It came out far better than I expected and am so glad I was able to restore this little gem. No more wavy and damaged sides, and spruced up for new life.

Aqua Enamel Cabinet Side by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Cottage Style Aqua Blue Enamel Cabinet Makeover by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

All of the interior now has vintage wallpaper that fit the style. Remember, there was foil laying over that rotted out bottom&#;bluck. Wahoo for the new and improved look!

Inside Cottage Style Cabinet by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Open Bread Drawer on Vintage Enamel Cabinet by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

As much as I tried to figure a way to keep this, we have decided it needs a new home. You can find it available in my shop. (SOLD)

MEMORIES

 

We sure do miss Opal. It&#;s a treat to recall memories with JC and our children. Time flies and we need more time with those we love.

Cottage Style Retro Cabinet by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

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In addition, pin and share Opal&#;s enamel cabinet makeover because you never know you needs to see it and ignite that spark of creativity.

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Oh, and here&#;s the other piece I received from Opal&#;s basement. It will be a bit before I decide what to do with it. It is one dirty, hot mess. I have at least cleaned it for now.

Antique Hutch Before | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

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