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{diy: wallpapered cabinets}

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. . . 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 . . .

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

{images: all photography by amy at maison decor}

9 Notes
  • That wallpaper is stunning with all the pattern of the china………like spring. XO

  • 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

  • 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!

    Mandy

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

  • 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,
    xoxo

  • fabulous idea…wallpapering the inside of the cabinet lends a little splash of color and elegance…
    maureen

  • 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!

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

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