20.2.14

Old Fridge turned shabby French

I get most of my best ideas at two in the morning.  I find myself wide awake with such excitement while trying to figure out how I would logically turn this idea into a reality.  Then the torture of waiting all day the next day until we are free to head out to Home Depot or where ever the destination is.  The guys from Home Depot know us pretty well.  Here comes the little crazy lady with two kids in the cart asking them about some outrageous projects.  Yup, that is me.  This time around, it was to turn my old ugly fridge into a  shabby French beauty.  I know it sounds crazy but I have to tell you, I think this is one of the best projects I ever came up with.  This is what it used to look like...dirty and outdated.


This is another example of getting too excited and forgetting to take a before picture.  I did this project about a year ago.  In retrospect, I wish I had really planned it out and ordered better looking appliques instead of rushing and just getting stuff at Home Depot.  Lesson learned.  I am going to apologize for the next sets of picture because we haven't had a sunny day in awhile.




Here it is.  When I was writing this post I thought maybe I should freshen up the paint.  Then I realized I don't have any more Annie Sloan's Duck Egg and it would take a few days to get here.  This is the perfect example of my complete lack of patience.  This beauty looks pretty good for a whole year of rough handling without any wax on it.




I didn't have any dark wax when I did this project.  So I mixed clear wax with dark brown paint to antique it a bit.  At one in the morning, I think it was the best I could come up with. : )  I do wish I have another old fridge to do this project properly again and show you step by step.  But in the mean time, I am quite content with it.


This is what it looks like on a normal day.


the perfect frame for Bella's arts.


Reminder of how beautiful life is.


Or how amazing love is.


Love,
Victoria


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169 comments:

  1. Beautiful. I love it. Just an amazing idea.

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    1. I absolutely love your shabby fridge. Where would I find this. Color?? Is is a chalk paint? Annie Sloan's Duck Egg I look at Home Depot could not find. Is it bought in a quart size? Or do the sell it in a gallon? Thanks

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    2. Hi Linda, check out http://www.anniesloan.com/ You can find a stockist near you or they can even mail it to you. The color is Duck Egg and they sell them in a quart size. I just did one coat of it. Good Luck!

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    3. Only ONE coat?! Wow! What if the fridge is the original black? Do you need a special paint for a base coat?

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    4. Only ONE coat?! Wow! What if the fridge is the original black? Do you need a special paint for a base coat? Did you do a white wash on it?

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  2. Oh my word, I love this, what a fabulous idea. It looks amazing Hugs, Marty

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  3. That is beautiful. What a clever idea!

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  4. Incredible! What an amazing idea! :)
    Jennelise

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  5. This is beautiful! What a brilliant fix to pretty up a boring refrigerator. Would love for you to share at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

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  6. I am so impressed! I hate my refrigerator, and my husband just said (after I showed him this post), "Why don't you do this?" Why not indeed? Thanks. I am your newest follower (as soon as this follower thing cooperates.)

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    1. You're so blessed with an open minded man. Lol My husband just thinks great another project she is on. Lol Good thing he loves me,but after 24 years I guess he's used to the things I do.

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  7. This makes me wish my fridge was awful so I could paint it! I LOVE this!

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  8. Such a beautiful blog! I'm following...
    Have a great weekend,
    Lin

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  9. Wow, what a great idea! We rent so we don't own our fridge but if we did, I would totally do this!!! Going to check out the rest of your blog:)

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  10. Are you kidding me? That's brilliant! Love this idea....

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  11. I love this fridge. You made it look beautiful. Alaina

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  12. Amazing transformation, guts and creativity are wonderful attributes and you have both. Lovely blog I am a new follower.

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  13. What a wonderful gutsy move! It really works in your space. Love it!

    Mary @ Orphans With Makeup

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  14. Best Fridge ever! Wow, amazing idea. Did you use a primer?

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    1. No primer needed at all which is amazing. I only did one coat of chalk paint too. It actually painted better than any piece of furniture. The pictures are taken after a year so it stayed on pretty good.

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  15. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL REDO, NEVER WOULD HAVE THOUGHT TO DO THIS, I WOULD LOVE TO FEATURE IT, IF THAT WOULD BE OK PLEASE LET ME KNOW,
    LAUREN

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  16. Victoria, you are welcome to come over and do MY ugly fridge anytime! LOVE this project and am pinning it now! Ingenious!!! Please share it at Revisionary Life...www.revisionarylife.blogspot.com - Thrifty Life Thursday. It's just wonderful!

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  17. LOVE this idea! What kind of glue did you use to attach moldings?

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    1. Jennifer, that was the reason for a lot of my screaming in the middle of the night. I started out using liquid nail which worked fine with the decorative moldings. But the bigger pieces kept coming off so I had to use super glue and that did the trick.

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  18. Oh, I LOVE THIS...
    Who would have ever thought to do this, but a beautiful mind...
    I can just hear my hubby now, "Honey, what are you doing to the fridge?"
    Do you think men wonder what the heck happens in our brains sometimes. You just know they go, "wow" when its done and go tell all their friends, right?
    Awesome Job~!
    (=

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  19. this really is an amazing idea! I'll be featuring this post tomorrow at Be Inspired!

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  20. What an amazing redo. You are simply brilliant! Thank you so much for sharing and I will be pinning for sure.
    Blessings,
    Patti

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  21. I am in absolute awe of this - it's incredible !!!
    WOW - have to pin this all over the place - pat yourself on the back for this one - you did a spectacular job and now I want an old fridge lol - seriously I really do - maybe for the mudroom off the kitchen!!!
    XOX

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  22. Wow, This is totally amazing! You did a fantastic job!!!

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  23. This really is one of the most amazing paint projects I've seen. I think it's perfect just the way it is. Love the color!! Saw you featured at Be Inspired....I'm inspired.

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  24. Victoria, I LOVE this idea and the look is AWESOME! pinned it! Visiting from Common Ground
    Isabella is so adorable and a sweet husband too!

    Cindy@GlassSlipperRestorations

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  25. You are the most amazing person EVER! What a terrific idea, and it turned out stunning. I am in love! Going to Pin this and hopefully transform my own fridge. Do you mind sharing how you prepped your fridge before painting? Thanks so much for this inspiration!

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    1. me?prep? : ) Dear Sarah, my impatience mind doesn't allow me to do any projects that require prepping As you can see from the first picture, I even forgot to take down Bella's drawings from the fridge. I had an idea of what I want it to look like so I just cut the moulding to fit the fridge. I think the more detailed appliques you get, the better it will look. I use liquid nail to glue the appliques and moulding to the fridge. The moulding kept coming off so I had to use super glue. I may have cried during it. Then I painted the whole fridge with Annie Sloan's Duck Egg. It went on sooo beautifully. It only needed one coat. Then dark wax to bring out the details and viola, you are done. It took about two hours to do it. Don't think about it. Just do it! : )

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    2. Dark wax? I'm not sure what you mean?

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  26. This is just amazing! I so want to do this with an old refrigerator we have downstairs. Thank you so much. I love your blog and am following! :)

    XO,
    Jane

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  27. Oh my goodness, that is FABULOUS!

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  28. I think you were very creative to think outside the box with this project!

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  29. This was ingenius! so creative!!!! LOVE~ LOVE~ LOVE!!!
    I don't think my hub would want me to do this... but even just the frame idea on the fridge, would be fantastic and I could probably get by with that! ; ) LOVE IT!
    Made me think of all the 'metalish' items I have about... file cabinets!!! AWESOME!!!

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  30. This turned out beautiful...it looks like something straight from a high end Paris boutique! Great job! I may try this on my old and yucky washer and dryer b/c my fridge is new. Thanks for inspiring :) I'm a fairly new blogger (6 mo) so welcome to the community! It's so much fun and there are wonderful people to meet. I signed up as a new follower. You are welcome to check out my blog, www.diybeautify.com.

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    1. maravillosa idea !! amo ese refrigerador !

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  32. You are amazing! I love this and I'm pinning it right now. Visiting from French Country Cottage and following on GFC. Have a great weekend!

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  33. What a great idea and it looks just fabulous! I will be pinning

    Kelly

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  34. I have never seen anything like it!!!! And you used ASCP without wax? See i just began using ASCP and love it but hated the wax because I am highly sensative to odors and the wax odor even bothered my hubby whom is never bothered by anything. Glad to hear it has held up so well. Wonderful.

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  35. This is amazing, I want to do it!

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  36. OMG! You have just solved all my kitchen problems in one go! We're in the middle of trying to make a rustic looking old kitchen, but of course all the appliance look too modern to fit in. I absolutely LOVE what you've done in this project and like you, can't wait to go shopping for the bits I need. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

    Judi in the UK

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  37. This is so cool! Love the appliques!

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  38. This is so awesome! How many ugly refrigerators could have been saved...haha. Thanks for sharing this fantastic inspiration!

    Jeanette

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  39. Love it!! And I had to laugh when you said you do not do anything that needs prep!! That is so me! My husband always scolds me that it is the most important party....but I just go to it, what ever I'm thinking! Has worked thus far! And NOW I have to do my old white fridge!! Thank you!

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  40. wonderful. found you via FB.
    look forward t reading more of your blog, and FB page if you have it.

    be blessed
    barb

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  41. This is just plain brilliant, Victoria. It looks like some vintage cabinet with the great distressed finish.

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  42. I just found your blog. I must say this is an awesome redo. I am definitely going to give this a try! I love the blog and am your newest follower.

    Blessings,
    Amy Jo

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  43. This is amazing. I would have done this for sure but we got a new fridge last year. This is a must for anyone with an old fridge. Well done. New follower.

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  44. this is wonderful, I just found your blog , I do like it ( I'm French)
    Chantal

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  45. Love, love, love it! And I understand being so anxious to get started that you forget to prep or take pictures. One question, though: Did you paint the seals around the doors? Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. I didn't paint the seals. It is funny...I actually had to walk to the fridge to check because I forgot about it.

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  46. What did you use to apply the trim pieces? Love it, but I know right now my husband would kill me if I tried this on the 3 yrs old frig, but I am pretty sure the one in the garage is fair game ...

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    1. Rhoni, I use liquid nail but for the bigger trims, I also had to use super glue. Good Luck and have fun!

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  47. LOVE IT!!! Im just now going to do this as soon as I slow down and askm would this work on the stainless steal type fridges? I use Annie Sloan all the time, but have never done it on stainless steal....what do you think?

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    1. Danielle, stainless steel...hmm, I feel like it should work just fine. I have painted ASCP on pretty much everything. It might takes two or more coats?? let me know how it goes!

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  48. Oh my!! I am sharing this everywhere! What a fabulous transformation Victoria!

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  49. Where can I get this paint. .I know you can make your own chalk paint do you think it will work as well. .I so want to do this to my fridge. .Thank you for sharing. .

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    1. Hello! You can check out Annie Sloan page..www.anniesloan.com for lists of all the retailers that carry her paint. Good Luck!

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  50. Hi, Found you through a Facebook post by Amy at the Maison Decor blog. This is incredible! I think i have to leave work right now and go do my fridge! What a brilliant idea!

    Cindy

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    1. Thank you, Cindy! If you do try it with your fridge, let me know how it works out.

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  51. what an amazing idea--it's beautiful--tfs!

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  52. I've never seen a refrigerator look so good, Victoria! Makes me wish I had an old one to do this to rather than the new stainless steel we got.

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  53. This is such a wonderful idea--I found this thru Amy posting it on Facebook. Going to go look for how to follow you now. Great job!

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  54. I think this will be happening to my fridge , dishwasher and may microwave... I can't stop thinking about it.. BUT i am just finishing up a bath tub surround mosaic all mural...soo NEXT project !

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  55. I seem to be having an issue posting my blog spot... www.ourhappyshack.blogspot.com I painted my bathroom cabinets and some other furniture /bedroom set to look french country blue and cream.so your fridge makes my heart sing, Suzie Axtell

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  56. What a brilliant makeover! This is truly inspiring! I would love to share a link to your post on my Facebook page! I hope that's okay!
    Thank you!
    Blessings,
    Amanda

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  57. I can't stand it! This is THE most awesome makeover EVER. You rock! I hope someday I can be brave enough to try this. Thank you for the photo's & narrative.

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  58. fabulous idea - sharing on my facebook page.
    Fiona x

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  59. Beautiful as can be! So impressive. It is being sharing on my FB page today :)

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  60. Victoria, what did you use to adhere the molding to the fridge? You are a creative GENIUS!

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    1. Melanee, I used liquid nail and super glue for the heavier pieces. It is super easy to do. GO for it!

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  61. Love this idea, just an amazing look..... thank you for sharing and inspiring us all!! Wondering, though, where you buy the moldings (or appliques?) to do this??? Thank you again.

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    1. Linda, check out Maison decor shop. I get all of my appliques there. http://shopmaisondecor.com/collections/diy-efex-moldings-stencils-artisan-enhancements

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    2. Hi Victoria!

      I LOVE this project! I noticed that the store you recommended no longer carries the moldings. Do you have another suggestion on where to shop? I really appreciate your help! :)

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  62. Brilliant idea, Victoria. You are one amazing individual!

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  63. Thank you, Victoria............. hope you have a GREAT day, or should I say night? (as it sounds like that is when you are most inspired)!!! :)

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  64. Love, love, love your fridge! Had to try it on my own plain side by side fridge. I used homemade chalk paint made from leftover paint from my kitchen cabinets so that all would match. Turned out great! Thanks for being my inspiration! Love your blog!!

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  65. I am going to try this today...

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  66. Wow! I love it! Added to the project list...

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  67. This is so amazing. I love what you have done. I have painted my fridge with blackboard paint and I do love it, but it is a side by side and it is not going to look as beautiful as your over and under fridge/freezer. I am so happy for you and you did yourself proud!!! Just enjoy it (I especially love that you did not add wax to it. I love the natural way that chalkpaint ages!!

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  68. Here from Better After ~ ~ what a cute idea. Love it!

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  69. This is incredible! May I ask, does the paint scratch off at all? What about spilled food on the door, etc., and needing to give that a good scrub. How well does the paint hold up? Thank you for posting....I love this idea :)

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    1. Hi Tasha, so these pictures are taken a year after I initially painted the fridge. I wipe it down with a wet paper towel if I spilled something. So far the paint looks just like it did when I first painted it. Though the side of the fridge that is right next to my stove has some oil stains on it from me cooking everyday. I guess I could just put another coat of paint on it but I figure it is going to get dirty anyway. I didn't wax it at all either and I just did one coat. Hope this helps! ps. love your work.

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  70. I don't know when I've been more inspired by a project! I am so copying this!!! Thank you for sharing this - new follower :)

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  71. I have always loved your fridge and makes me wish I had an older one to do this too.

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  72. Can I ask the details on the paint mixture? I love the shade of blue so much. What color of white did you mix it with? Was it chalk paint as well?

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    1. Hi Brandy, I just did a coat of chalk paint® in Duck Egg.

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  73. How much paint did you need to do the one coat? Beautiful!!!

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    1. Jen, honestly, I think I used like less than a quarter of the can...way less.

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  74. Victoria, thank you so much for posting this, I did it and LOVE my "new" fridge - loved it so much I took the look over to the cabinets! Thanks again!

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  76. I think I will do this to my freezer.

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  77. Did you add the wood pieces? If so, how? I'm obsessed!!

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    1. Hello! I just used liquid nail to add the pieces. Good Luck!

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  78. You did a great job, very inspiring to the rest of us and I've painted a lot of things in my day but never a refrigerator, what a good idea, my frig is 31 years old and STILL WORKING, I can't believe it neither can anyone else, its a Whirlpool from Gemco I bought in 1984. You have a lot of great ideas, and aren't AFRAID to paint anything, You Go Girl!!!

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    1. Thank you! Yes I am running out of things to paint. : )

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  79. bonjour, superbe idée ! Cette nouvelle version du réfrigérateur est magnifique, vraiment excellent ! Je me suis permise de mettre votre lien avec votre image dans un article sur mon site et sur ma page facebook. si vous préférez que je l'enlève, je le ferai.

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    1. Thank you! Of course you are more than welcome to share!

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  80. What a fabulous idea! it looks perfect just the way it is! I would love to do this with my old kitchen fridge but it wouldn't work because I have water and ice access on the front door and my fridge has 2 narrow doors. this is the most fabulous fridge makeover I've ever seen!

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  81. What a fabulous idea! it looks perfect just the way it is! I would love to do this with my old kitchen fridge but it wouldn't work because I have water and ice access on the front door and my fridge has 2 narrow doors. this is the most fabulous fridge makeover I've ever seen!

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    1. Thank you, Sandy. It could work with your fridge if you don't use the wooden moldings but use smaller appliques to frame it?

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  82. This fridge makes me wish we actually owned our condo. I am planning to redecorate my kitchen a little vintage french country. I just love it!

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  83. FABULOUS!!! I wish I had seen your blog before now. I painted my old fridge with black chalk board paint & I had lots of wows about it. Your fridge beats out chalk board paint any day. I LOVE Shabby Chic & Vintage. You nailed it with this project. My black fridge might need a sudden facelift!
    Love it & Thank you for sharing!

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  84. and loving the cute angel wings in the back there x

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  85. I have the paint, the fridge...but no wood pieces : ( where did you get yours from?

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    1. Hello! I got the moldings from Home Depot but I always say to people, if I can have a redo, I would use more elaborate appliques. Check out Efex appliques and I believe they ship anywhere.

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  86. Greeeeeat idea,thanks so much for your sharing

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  87. You just made my day! I am so doing this to our weekend house fridge! I might just add some Lincrusta wallpaper to the doors too! Thank you for sharing!

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  88. This is awesome! Pinned it, posted it in Facebook....and want!! SO SO cute!

    Karen

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  89. I love love love this!! Now to find an old refrigerator!!

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  90. WOW-not sure how long you have had this posted, Victoria, but you are a GENIUS!!!! We have redone our 1929 kitchen floor,, painted the cabinets, painted the walls, decorated with vintage items - and had NO IDEA what to do with our functioning UGLY white refrigerator. We are making a list of items to get started this week - THANK YOU!!!!!!!! (Have you done the same creative process with your STOVE??)

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    1. Hi Jill, I haven't done anything to the stove yet since it is in a great condition but I am itching to work on my washer and dryer. : )

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  91. Hi Victoria, I would LOVE to paint my fridge because it is this AWFUL stainless steel fridge...it is an eyesore in my shabby chic world!!! But is it possible to paint over stainless steel? I read on the Internet that it is if I use primer first. Your comments/advice? Thank you. (Anna)

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  92. Plans for the oven/dish washer??? just go with the proportions of the appliances, yes, not necessarily the same exact design as the refrig, right??? but the same color…….

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  93. Hello,
    I love this, and you did a beautiful job. I see that the post is almost 2 years old and I am wondering how this held up over time?

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  94. Hi! I am thinking about giving this a try, but I have 2 questions. Did you brush or roll the paint on? and you said you did do a wax that you added paint to, did you rub that all over the fridge or just onto your appliques? Thanks, nervous, but excited to give it a go!

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  95. This frig is amazing and I have a friend who is just like you. I sent her the link to this post and by noon tomorrow her frig may look similar to yours. Great job. Love the AS paint - just the BEST.

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  96. Hello Victoria,

    As luck would have it, I have an old outdated fridge that desperately needs updating :)

    Yours look amazing!

    Would you kindly describe the steps? I am looking forward to starting this ASAP! Thanks so much for the idea.

    Daniela

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    1. Hi Daniela, I am so sorry for my late response. So I just cleaned the surface of the fridge then glued the moldings using a mix of liquid nail and super glue . Let those dry then paint Annie Sloan chalk paint right over it. I just did one coat with no wax over it. The paint is still looking good after almost three years later. Good Luck!

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  97. Does the fridge feel funny after you get done? like a chalk board or does it feel smooth and glossy?

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    1. The fridge doesn't feel any different? I guess it feel a bit more chalky then glossy.

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  98. That is one antique and quite beautiful refrigerator that the author has. I wonder if there was any repair done on that fridge. Well, it seems like it's still functioning considering that fact that the author still uses it.

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    1. It turned out wonderful! I wish I had the guts to do this. But no, I need to keep all my appliances "desirable" until I can sell this place and move into my retirement home. THEN I will do whatever I want! And painting the fridge might be a project. That is, after I create a mosaic of all my saved up, broken chintzware cups, teapots, and plates around my fireplace.

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  100. My fridge is the textured white plasticky stuff. What can I do with that? Would I have to fill it in or something first? Thx! It's such a great idea! I really hope my fridge will work!

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  103. Did you prime with shellac before painting? I've been using chalk paint on lots of furniture and usually spray it first with shellac. What about your finish coat? Chalk paint requires some type of finish, I usually use a satin finish. Otherwise chalk paint will wipe off if you try to clean up something on it.....

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  104. Did you prime with shellac before painting? I've been using chalk paint on lots of furniture and usually spray it first with shellac. What about your finish coat? Chalk paint requires some type of finish, I usually use a satin finish. Otherwise chalk paint will wipe off if you try to clean up something on it.....

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  105. Amazing idea!That is beautiful.I will have a try.

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  107. I love this, but I'm assuming the fridge surface was smooth to begin with? I have one of those "pebbled" fridges and am trying to figure out how to do some sort of makeover that won't look stupid :(

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  109. Lovely doesn't begin to describe this fridge. I'm headed to the beach house this weekend~ don't be surprised if my rusty ol fridge gets some new life breathed into it! Fantastic ! Hope I can find the wooden pieces at Home Depot!!!

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  110. Thank you for the beautiful idea! I'm defintely doing this on my...(wait for it!)... brand new fridge! In fact, I just ordered it and don't even have it yet. Haha. But I'm already buying my supplies. Can't wait. I know...I'm a little crazy.

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