Antique Cabinet in the Dining Room

  1. Connie says:

    Love your “new/old” cabinet for your room! When you buy a piece this large, do you and Deb move this yourself? Have help? Antique store help you???
    Reason for asking. Many years I bought a extremely large hutch (two pieces) in pine at an antique store in Michigan. I lived in Knightstown, IN and had to rent a large flatbed to bring it home. Had my son, husband, DIL and myself. The antique store was no help at all. This is a very large well known place in Michigan. Are all antique stores like that? Most of the time, with any purchases, we could handle it ourselves. When I sold my 150 year old home (downsized), I left the cabinet there. Just too large and heavy to move and didn’t have a place for it in new space. Just wondering since you two neat ladies have many large pieces.

    • Tammy waller says:

      What is the name of that kind of cabinet love the look

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      I’m not sure….I just call it huge pine cabinet. ????

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      This is in two pieces and we moved it ourselves. Since we’ve been working out at the gym, it honestly isn’t as bad as it felt before…. but… antique stores don’t help at all around here either.

  2. christine bird says:

    Oh my everything is so beautiful.. I’m looking forward on seeing you home tour ..You must put things around your home a hundred times before keeping it in one place ….I know I do that change things around hundred times before im happy with it…i am dying to see your new /old house when it done….ps I hope to see you on you tube soon…oh and let not forget ivy she is just lovely

    Cheers

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahaahah Awww.w. thank you. I need to up my you-tube game. The move threw a loop into a lot. ????

  3. Karen Baker says:

    This is everything ! Those latches are absolute perfection !
    Well done!!!

  4. Chris says:

    The cabinet is gorgeous and the latches are definitely to die for!! I love the look of all the wear and tear too. Great choice!!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thanks so much. That was two of the things I loved about it too. The patina and the hardware. And the hardware works so well, too.

  5. Jill says:

    That is such a beautiful piece! As I am reading, I keep thinking of my hutch (my grandfather built) that is sitting out on our enclosed deck which my husband is currently using for his tools.

    You two are so inspiring to watch and make all you accomplish so doable. I look around our house now and see so many empty spaces that can be filled!

    Thank you!

  6. ellen cousar says:

    Lovely! Y’all an inspiration for all. Can you possibly write a book in your spare time? 😉

  7. Sabre Thompson says:

    You have to create a home that you love and find happiness in no matter if you own it or rent. I love your style and am constantly amazed at how uncrowded your crowded space seems.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thank you so much. I totally agree with the happiness in your space. I could never get comfy and relax in a home that didn’t feel like mine.

  8. Beth says:

    Oh my God I love you two so much you’re my dose of happiness every day ! A question I have is a rude one but I’m going to ask anyway… Typically what is the price range of the piece that large. Thank you for your inspiration and for your playlist!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thanks… I used to not pay much for my pieces, but these days the prices are HIGH…. If I can find a piece that I LOVE and I know I will be keeping for many, many years to come, I don’t hesitate to pay $600-700. People usually ask WAY more than that so that’s why I will still purchase. I have a few pieces that I paid that much for but most of the time $100-200.

  9. Mary Sturgeon says:

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS CABINET! Plus, I love your style! And your visions brought to life!!! You go gurl!

  10. Jody says:

    LOVE LOVE the new cabinet! I say if your living in a rental why not make it comfortable for you! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Anna says:

    I think Deb needs to take her vacuum and sweep up all those silly questions about you spending money on your rental Haha. Even if you did it is your money makin it home! 🙂 Love your what you have done to it.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahahah thank you. It amazes me when people ask me that stupid question. And I agree. If I want to put $14,000 in a rental, it isn’t hurting anyone else.

  12. Beth Bricker says:

    Just drooling over that cabinet and the whole rental. You all inspire me to cram even more stuff in my house. I look forward to your posts and stories on instagram ever day.

  13. Absolutely, love your home, and style. You have inspired me to shake things up a bit at my house. I just have to get some one as clever as you and Deb to make it all happen. I need your vision in my home. Thanks for all the laughs and inspiration. Have a great day while I await more posts….Happy Friday. (oh can you send Deb to do all the hanging in my home, my husband can’t seem to get it right.

  14. Sallie Mullinger says:

    Hi Danelle:

    No offense but the cabinet is not my style. I can appreciate the size and enormous amount of storage space it gives. But Im just not into the chippy furniture look. However…those bowls! I LOVE those bowls! Can you share where you purchased them? I have a thing for white dishware..especially bowls. I dont think anyone can ever have enough serving bowls. Im happy for you that you found a piece that you adore so much. I know that feeling. Good luck in your rental and your new home.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thank you. They are just vintage white ironstone bowls that I found at garage sales. I believe they are the bowls that went to a set with a pitcher.

  15. Rebecca says:

    I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy all you and Deb do. You are the first place I go on Instagram! “Where and what are they doing now?” Always inspiring! Thank you for making my day a whole lot brighter with your style and humor.

  16. Crystal says:

    Late to the party as usual, but Wowza! That cabinet is a beauty! And why wouldn’t you decorate your rental? For however long you are there it is your home! Speaking as a retired former serial renter, I always decorated and made minor repairs to the rentals I lived in. It was home, however temporary. I love that you are providing so much inspo for people who are still renting and don’t want to do anything because it’s “just for awhile and it’s not mine, so why bother?”

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awwww..thank you. I feel the same. I cannot imagine just “living” here as is. It is my home for the time being.

  17. janine johnson says:

    Where do you find pieces like this? I search Marketplace and thrift stores but never find pieces like you and Natalie do and for the prices that you do. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    BTW- I live in NC so if you know of any places, please share 🙂

    Love you and Deb!!

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