Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket

This cute project started with an old cabinet door 
and a basket.

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net



I cut the basket in half using a wire cutter, then drilled holes in the cabinet door where the basket's frame wire would fit. 

I'm adding my affiliate links in bold so you can purchase some of the products I used. 

I dripped Krazy Glue into the holes and inserted the basket...

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net

I painted the cabinet door and the basket Lamp White with Fusion Mineral Paint then heavily distressed the cabinet door. 

Fusion Mineral Paint sticks to the metal and the cabinet door with no priming, stripping, or sanding. 

The best part to me is that there is no waxing or topcoat needed! 

Fusion Mineral Paint can be purchased at Backstreet Antiques in Huntington, NY.

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net

I am using the Milk and Cream stencil created and sold by Angie at Knick of Time.

Angie has beautiful vintage and farmhouse stencils at reasonable prices. They are great quality stencils and I love the Milk and Cream stencil for this project.

I used spray adhesive to hold down the stencil then black craft paint to lightly stencil in the lettering. A light coat of the black paint is all you need... less is more in stenciling.

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net

I love this project for kitchen towels but it can also be used to hold towels in the bathroom.

Vintage Cabinet Door Towel Basket www.homeroad.net

Be sure to check out 
she has some beautiful stencils for your next project!


 


                                                    

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*The stencils and the Fusion Mineral Paint were given to me to try and 
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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

Comments

  1. I love this idea! I have the wire basket and a cupboard door....just have to get a stencil.

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    1. Thanks Annmarie! Visit Knick of Time... Angie has great farmhouse stencils!

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  2. What a great idea Susan! I have cabinet doors - I just need to scrounge around for a basket! Thanks for sharing Vintage Sign Stencils with your readers!

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    1. Thank you Kerryanne... the stencil made the project!

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  4. What a clever way to use an old cabinet door and basket! Of course, it has much for charm with the fabulous Milk and Cream stencil.

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    1. Yes that Milk and Cream stencil made the project :) Thanks Betsy!

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  5. This is so pretty, Susan. I love how you combined everything together so beautifully!

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  6. I have tons of cabinet doors, and I've been wanting to use that stencil--but I don't have a basket.

    putting all of this together was a great idea... I love the new look.

    pinning!!!

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