I found this cabinet at a Goodwill for $10 and I could not pass it up for that price. I had no idea where I was going to put it but I couldn’t resist a little thrift flip. I went back and forth on how to transform it for a while but since it wasn’t real wood, I figured painting it would be the best and easiest way.
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I started off by removing the stickers and tape and giving it a good clean. I taped down the glass on the doors and removed them so they would be easier to paint.
Since the cabinet was not real wood, I decided to prime it before painting. I used the Zinsser Shellac Primer, which is the same one we used for our nightstands and dresser makeovers.
I couldn’t decide on a color so I figured I would use what I already had. This beautiful green color is At Ease Soldier by Sherwin Williams and is the same color I used for the entryway makeover.