Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Zinc Patina Cabinets!

Last week we posted about our Zinc Patina finish (see here) and mentioned that
we were working on some custom cabinets in both a bathroom and laundry
. . .well, they are finally done!


For a re-cap. . .remember the source of my inspiration?


Yep, there she is. . .in all her glory! I LUUUVE Restoration Hardware!

Anyhoo, here's the picture of the bathroom cabinets before...


. . .and after


 

 
Here's the laundry room before. . .


Laundry room after. . .




It turned out sooooo purdy. . .the pictures just don't do it justice!

p.s. . .the Zinc Patina tutorial is under construction
and will be ready by Friday! (see here)



Linking up to:





22 comments:

  1. I LOVE this!! Can't wait to see your tutorial... In fact, I'm going to follow you so that I don't miss it :)

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  2. They are beautiful! I LOVE that color. I can't wait to see the tutorial either!

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  3. This project is awesome! It really did turn out soooo pretty! :) It would be super cool if would come by today to enter my giveaway for a $50 Lowe's gift card and to link up to my very first party! http://thespacebetweenblog.wordpress.com/2012/01/31/imagine-the-impossibilities-link-party-1/
    Karah @ thespacebetweenblog

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    1. Thanks so much for linking up to our Impossibilities challenge!

      Linda
      itallstartedwithpaint@gmail.com

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  4. wow! both look amazing and i love that the wood grain comes through the finish.

    can't wait to see tutorial!

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  5. Crazy cute!! LOVE it. Ineed to find something in my house to do this to!!

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    1. Thanks Teresa! Hey guess what? You were chosen for our weekday giveaway! Check out the newest post! :)

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  6. Love this! Do you think it can be done on cabinets that are already painted white?

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    1. Absolutely! It can even be done on laminate! :)

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  7. Wow. I love that patina colour! It's so soft and rustic looking, and it looks amazing with your countertop.

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  8. I love it! What paint did you use? I am DEFINITELY buying this for my bedroom furniture!

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  9. That finish is gorgeous!! I can't believe how amazing it looks! Super excited for the tutorial- definitely following!

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  10. I scrolled very slowly for the reveal. Beautiful. I love the way they turned out and am curious how you did it. Looks like you'll be posting that soon, so I'll have to stop by again for that. I'm thinking I have some cabinets that would love that finish and then I'd love them back. :) Enjoyed my visit - here from Liz's Time Travel Thursday. Thanks, Jenn ooops My open ID is fighting now and then with Google. So, I have to use Google. If you use my icon you'll have to click once more to get to my blog. :(

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  11. Gorgeous! I've been hunting for a tutorial on this look, so I'm thrilled you'll be sharing! Visiting from Frugal Friday. :)

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  12. What a lovely finish, I can't wait for the tutorial. Your bathroom and laundry room cabinets now look very "upscale"!

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  13. Gorgeous! I'm featuring your cabinets in the PoPP Spotlight this weekend. I'd love for you to submit your cabinets to my new site as well... powerofpaint.net. Thanks for linking!

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  14. I am in love - what a fabulous color! Thanks so much for joining our Impossibilities Challenge. New follower.
    Kelly

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  15. So fun to see you all linked up. Thanks so much for joining the fun!! Karah

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  16. Those are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing at Wow.

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  17. can't wait to see the tutorial!!! this looks so great! my bathroom cabinets definitely need a make-over....

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  18. Absolutely gorgeous finish! I love the look of zinc, and your pretty paint project turned out beautifully.

    Thanks for sharing at Time Travel Thursday. I hope you'll join the fun each week. Be sure to stop in this week, and see yourself featured.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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