I have done a few other pieces for my hair girl. She moved into a new space and needed a very specific sized counter for storage. I started with an old kitchen upper cupboard from Habitat For Humanity. This piece needed to be very narrow so an upper cabinet was the key to getting that.
I painted it French Linen and Old Ochre from ASCP. I addded a reclaimed wood top that I painted so it wasn't too rustic for the salon. It looks uneven here because I need hubby's muscle power to get a couple screws all the way screwed in. I attached the top through the top of the inside cupboard into the bottom of the counter top wood.
I put reclaimed oak paneling across the back,
and a shelf with some quarter round trim across the open bottom spot.
Big, chunky handles and hooks give this piece a shabby, industrial feel.
The end cupboards have three shelves in each of them--lots of storage!I also added locking casters, which you of course can't see here in the grass. This piece had some challenges, but my hairdresser was happy with the results, as was I and I am thrilled to get my grey colored soon!
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