This jewelry cabinet with missing knob wasn’t in such good shape when I found it. Stained, dirty, and missing a handle, it was cheap enough for me to buy it anyway and try out a few new things.
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Jewelry Cabinet with Missing Knob Makeover
First, I bought this wood filler, filled in the hole, let it dry, and replaced the missing knob with one that I bought in a bag of hardware at a flea market. I decided to only replace one knob. The drawers were interchangeable so I displayed it with the different knob in the middle drawer. That gave it a little balance.
To cover the stains inside I used some of my huge stash of scrapbook papers. I found some that had a blue color that came very close to matching the turquoise paint I used.
I cut the scrapbook paper to fit the sides and drawers, sprayed adhesive on the back, and smoothed them down.
Then I replaced the glass door inserts with hardware cloth that I stapled.
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Leave a comment and let me know which is your favorite.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim
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