{diy: wallpapered cabinets}




. . . have been a little obsessed with wallpapered cabinets for as long as can remember {recently here & here}, and even came across an extensive china cabinet that was papered and cleverly reconfigured as a display case for shoes, and ever since, have fallen more in love, and so, utterly delighted to come across interior designer amy, from the blog maison decor's, beautiful makeover of a french provincial china cabinet . . .


{p.s.} didn't it turn out beautifully? and also: a secretary repainted in paris grey

{images: all photography by amy at maison decor}

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Blogger A Gift Wrapped Life said...

That wallpaper is stunning with all the pattern of the china.........like spring. XO

May 05, 2011  
Anonymous meenal @ maison marigold said...

that is such an unusual pattern to use inside a cabinet..what a stunner..takes the cabinet to a whole new level..thanks for sharing.. i have shared images of my daughter's room( that i recently decorated)..on my blog today..would be lovely to have your opinion..xx meenal

May 05, 2011  
Blogger my name is sécia. said...

Fabulous idea!

♥ sécia

May 05, 2011  
Blogger à la parisienne said...

I have a vintage curio that I hope to wallpaper on the interior. This cabinet will go in my daughter's room. Thank you for sharing this post. I was worried the outcome would be a little too country or "cottagey," but now that I see it on your blog, I am sure glamorous will be the result!


May 05, 2011  
Blogger The enchanted home said...

Now THAT is glamorous....so beautiful and such a lovely idea, that wallpaper is stunning!

May 05, 2011  
Blogger Sarah Klassen said...

Oh, the cabinet looks lovely with the wallpaper lining. Very cheerful and complimentary to the exterior detailing, too, I find! I remember as a little girl, my Mother lining her dining room cabinet in red and cream toile —it is such a nice surprise. I will have to send her a link to your post, too —she will really enjoy this as much as I have.

Have a wonderful day, Roséline,

May 05, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fabulous idea...wallpapering the inside of the cabinet lends a little splash of color and elegance...

May 05, 2011  
Blogger Blue Fruit said...

It's a lovely, romantic touch ~ and would work very well in a more graphic design too, to create a contrast with the delicate china. This is quite lovely!

May 05, 2011  
Blogger The French Tangerine said...

stunning... I love this post, I love your blog, I love that wallpapered cabinet!

May 06, 2011  

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