If you’d ever been to our house, there would’ve been a good chance you hit your head on our awkwardly hanging liquor cabinet at some point. We’ve had this hanging cabinet from Ikea in our kitchen for years, and as much as I like the style of it, there was no where to hang it that it wasn’t obtrusive.
A couple of weeks ago, I was staring at it when I was supposed to be doing homework- it was in my line of sight from my computer, and I had the idea of converting it to a sideboard and putting it in the entry way. Brian did the drilling and attaching of the vintage hairpin legs we had in the garage. Since we want to use it for storage but it’s in the entry way, I wanted to cover the glass so it wouldn’t look cluttered. I lined it with some vintage wallpaper, wrestling with the brittleness and agonizing over the pattern lining up in each window.
Here’s the before, hanging in the kitchen:
Of course Morrissey loves it too, it’s another high surface for him to perch on, you know- to keep an eye on things…