I Love Pinterest....there....I have admitted to my addiction, but I can take solace in knowing that I'm not alone. One of the many things I adore looking at is vintage cabinets...the large and lovely ones...the cabinets that your husband rolls his eyes and hangs his head when you tell him you have just made a "big" purchase (after a lot of years of marriage...he knows the code language for a "big" purchase). On my Pinterest page I have a folder labeled "To Die For" and that is where I put cute little pics of my obsession. ( http://pinterest.com/vintageinc/) Below is just a sampling of some of those fabulous cabinets.
I'm green with envy.
A must have for this gem is a very large bathroom.
A cabinet in its original wood finish but showcasing a painted inside.
Long, lean and simple.
Love the bun feet, the long glass doors and then a pop of yellow.
Oh lordy...she is so cool.
I love the apron on this little dresser, also love that it is
in its original finish. Between the hanky drawers
is the perfect spot to house a sink.
A vintage office file unit moves in to the 21st century.
Now that is character....nature made.
While technically this is not a cabinet it is a feast for the eyes, a show stopper, a real gem.
Father-daughter duo Barry and Scarlett Scales take the fussiness out of period pieces by wrapping timeworn tables in zinc scraps rescued from old buildings near their hometown of Franklin, Tennessee.
Truly all are "To Die For!".