Sunday, January 29, 2012

Chicken Wire All the Way!!!!!!

Found and bought an old cabinet that was missing the glass on the sides and the front.  Jackie suggested redoing the sides and front of the cabinet with chicken wire instead of replacing the glass.  Decided to paint and shabby the cabinet up.  Forgot to take a before  picture because I was so excited to start the redo.   Love it!!!!!!


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  1. Oh you have done a great job, a wonderful transformation. I am so excited to find and follow new special places. I have no doubt I will enjoy engaging and supporting this wonderful space you have created. Thank you for sharing, I am so glad to meet you. I hope you will find some time to come visit me soon. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

  2. this is amazing i replaced the glass in my kitchen cuboard doors with chicken wire, i would love for you to share this at my party at

    thanks have a great weekend xxx

  3. So cool! I lurve chicken wire on furniture :) I'm a new follower, it'd be great if you visited my blog too.
    Cas x

  4. It's darling~ thanks for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!

  5. I'm new to your blog and must say that I'm having a blast looking around:)I love looks great!

  6. Love it. Inhave been wanting tondo the same thing but can not find chicken wire with small hexagons. Wherendidnyounpurchase?

  7. Love it!! just found your blog through Jillify it's Linky party and I am a new follower!

    Hope you can stop by my blog sometime:)

  8. hello ... new follower and glad I found your blog. Love the way you have restored this cabinet. I am in the process of saving/restoring an old, (curbside pick-up), china cabinet and was thinking about replacing the glass with chicken wire but with a full front glass door; I was not too sure, but after seeing yours, I think it will be okay. I have replaced glass or solid panels in two cabinets and I really like the look. So...thanks for sharing you great refinishing projects. I will visit often.
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

  9. Love the idea of using the ckn. wire for the glass instead. Great re-use.
    I'm looking for the place I can subscribe via email to get your posts. Love all the projects I've seen so far. Happy Weekend.