Repurposed Cabinet Doors with Frame Wreaths
I have a total of 6 cabinet doors that look like this. They used to be installed in our garage when we moved in, but have since been taken down and repurposed. I’ve showed 3 of the cabinet doors the other day, all gussied up with stencils, and today I’m showing how I repurposed 2 of the other doors.
I sanded these cabinet doors down to the bare wood, then stained them with Dark Walnut and sealed them with finishing wax. I was going for a rustic look, so I left the hardware holes as they were.
Then I took some frames that I had bought at a garage sale, painted them an off white and put an antique glaze on them.
I bought some garland at Hobby Lobby when it was 50% off with the intention of making a wreath with a regular wreath form. Well the wreaths I bought didn’t look good, so I improvised by repurposing these vintage oval frames.
I threaded the flowers through the frame, and hot glued them in place. The leaves were simply threaded through; they were so big they were going to stay put.
Ribbon was looped through the top of the frames and I just hot glued the bow part of the ribbon onto the cabinet doors. The cabinet doors are hanging in the living room on both sides of a shelf my husband made for me.
How do you like the way I upcycled these cabinet doors? I really like the idea of changing out the wreaths for the seasons, what do you think?
Thanks so much for sharing!!