SHOW & TELL FRIDAY Hand Built & Painted Cabinet

Family Room Remodel in:
 Native American Indian Collection

Today I am sharing the cabinet, I built from the wood we took off the walls of our Craftsman’s bungalow. The ceiling and floors, in this room still are wood. The walls are going up in sheet rock. For the cabinet front, I used a door that was in my laundry room. Inside of my cabinet, I store books and my wine collection. I hand painted each panel of the door in a different Native American Indian scene.

To see more my Family Room  Native American Indian Remodel.

 Click here to see my  wooden handemade frames.

Click here to see my hand made cardboard frames.

Click on the button below to go Kelli’s at There’s No Place Like Home where she is hosting Show and Tell Friday.

Show and Tell

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25 thoughts on “SHOW & TELL FRIDAY Hand Built & Painted Cabinet

  1. Wow…that armoire is amazing! What a unique piece. I also looked at the frames. You did a wonderful job with them as well. Are you Native American? I am part Iroquois.
    Blessings to you for the New Year,
    Becky

  2. You’ve been really busy! Isn’t it your hubby who is native American? Which tribe? My hubbs is part Apache, but there’s German in his bloodline so he’s got the reddish brown complexion with blue eyes, what a mix!
    You must be so happy with all you are creating there, It all looks great!

  3. That is really cool! I love your cabnit and theme! My own living room is decorated in Native American items and horses. I was reading your interes list and we have a lot in common. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by my site. :o)

  4. Katherine, this cabinet is amazing! The painting on it is very pretty! You are very talented!!
    Thanks for sharing this!

    Linda C

  5. The cabinet is beautiful. I enjoyed my visit and seeing some of your other posts, especially the peppermint Christmas one. I love the tea set shown in your blog header. Thanks for sharing.

    Elizabeth

  6. I am going to have to talk Don into coming to visit so I can see your newly redone living room,it is looking ve good from this point of view.

  7. I hope your goat is okay–and your poor leg! I was butted by a ram once, and now I call him Frankensheep. One of our goats is limping. Dr. G checked her hooves, couldn’t find anything, so he thinks she was butted. We put her in the barn to rest.
    Please let me know how you’re doing.

  8. Wow! Incredible! Beautiful piece and beautiful scenery! You did an awesome job. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Now to go click on your other links :)

    You are always welcome in The Shadow of the Cross. Feel free to come visit anytime.

  9. Oh my gosh Katherine!! You MADE this?!!!!! Great talent and wonderful work.

    I’m hopefully catching up on my visits with blog friends today. I’m really glad I stopped by.

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