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1937 radio cabinet upcycled into a lighted minibar!

1937 Radio Cabinet Upcycled Into a Lighted Minibar!

Pictures from a radio cabinet that I turned into a mini bar for my house. Rain glass front, shelf glass inside is from I love the art deco/nouveau look that.

Repurpose with Purpose! :: Eclectically Vintage - Kelly's clipboard on Hometalk :: Hometalk

Repurposed Upcycled Philco AM Radio & Turntable Clothes Hamper :: Hometalk

Pictures from a radio cabinet that I turned into a mini bar for my house. Rain glass front, shelf glass inside is from 1886. I love the art deco/nouveau look that it has, while also being a functional piece. Here's a video of the finished product!

1937 Radio Cabinet Upcycled Into a Lighted Minibar!

Pictures from a radio cabinet that I turned into a mini bar for my house. Rain glass front, shelf glass inside is from I love the art deco/nouveau look that it has, while also being a functional piece. Here's a video of the finished product!

Before & After: Vintage Radio Cabinet Becomes the Star of the Party — Pondered Primed Perfected

Before & After: Vintage Radio Cabinet Becomes the Star of the Party

An old radio cabinet repurposed. Used MMS paint on it I mixed French enamel, Flo Blue and French Grey to get the color. Also added a light to the bottom.

An old radio cabinet repurposed. Used MMS paint on it I mixed French enamel, Flo Blue and French Grey to get the color.

Repurposed Wine Storage using 1940's  GE Shortwave radio cabinet with original  call letters  on the push buttons .  Holds 10 bottles . wood is in excellent condition.

Repurposed Wine Storage using GE Shortwave radio cabinet with original call letters on the push buttons . wood is in excellent condition.

I ripped the guts out of this unusable 1930's Philco radio and converted it into a liquor cabinet.

the guts ripped out of this unusable Philco radio and converted it into a liquor cabinet.

Cheers to this --> Turn an old antique radio into a mini-bar!

Stick a fork in this one, it& done! Or rather, stick some bottles, glasses and bar tools in it. About five years ago, I saw thi.

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