Remember all those pesky kitchen cabinet doors that I attempted to refinish?
Well, since this space above our couch was looking pretty empty…
We decided to make a few additions to help round out the space above the couch…
I upcycled our old kitchen cabinet doors into custom artwork.
Since I refinished all the doors before we decided to were going to buy new ones, I didn’t want to let them all go to waste. (I tried to sell them, but since they were all such weird sizes (again, it’s an old house) they weren’t of any use to anyone.
It fits into my love for graphic art and it’s also sentimental – the dates of our engagement and wedding. It also doesn’t hurt that this project was 100% F-R-E-E.
The boards tie in with the rustic aspects of the oar (Many people ask if I made this -I wish! It is from Pottery Barn.) and pitted wood “matte/border” of the center artwork .
You may also notice, I spray painted the center frame a dark brown so it would pop off the walls more.
I’ll be back with a tutorial later this week!