This versatile cabinet has many uses.
It would look lovely with champagne flutes and gin glasses as much as towels, perfumes, or even shoes.
This has had a mammoth overhaul to bring it bang up to date.
Full preparation for a lasting finish was carried out. It consisted of cleaning, sanding, and cleaning again. The painting then began. In total three coats were used. The paint used was General Finishes Milk Paint in Westminster Green. Which gives a beautifully smooth finish. It was then followed by three coats of wax finish varnish to give added protection.
The top has an unusual staggered drop in a semi-circular shape which I highlighted with gold pigments and mirrored the colour to the bottom of the cabinet. All the hardware was removed, cleaned, and painted with gold paint. The back panel had Art Deco detail in green and gold to further enhance the Art Deco styling.
As with all vintage or antique furniture, there may be some wear and tear but this only enhances the look and of course, anything obvious is mentioned with photographs added.