The chairs would pop for sure. What if you painted the chairs white and added some color with recovering the seats, just a thought. I used Dixie Belle’s White Lightning. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your kitchen and Yay for once it’s not a white kitchen! What a fantastic new kitchen! What a gorgeous kitchen you have! Follow these simple steps without needing any professional tools and you’ll have gorgeous painted cabinets that you love! Love the back splash and new cabinets. Like I said, let the paint settle for a couple of minutes and then look back over it for paint pooled in the corners or drips underneath the edges. 5. Landscaping If youve got your own landscaping tools, then sprucing up your yard will be super easy and cheap. The vanity is completed, with the exception of the hardware which will go up tomorrow. Part of this will be to look into bathroom remodeling that is specific to those with physical needs.
Should I paint the inner part of the drawer front a different color than the outer part? The pattern and colors of the backsplash are stunning and the cabinet color really brings out the countertops. Great transformation; I love the colors you chose. When choosing paint, note that semi-gloss and high-gloss repel moisture more effectively than flat and eggshell, and darker shades hide dirt better than lighter colors. And while it’s FRACTIONALLY warm (you’d hardly know it), it acts more like a standard charcoal and can sometimes pick up a SUPER duper vague green undertone. You would never know how bad they were looking at them now. And I know y’all love me enough to not care either. I am even in love with your Target rug! I said, “I don’t need to go out for my birthday or even have a party or a gift, I just want that flagrant lighting that blights my view gone.” This proposition made sense, I told my husband what I wanted and he delivered, easy-peasy for both parties.
Even more impressed that I once purchased something so ugly. For example, high gloss, bright brass faucetry can scream traditional or old-fashioned to the buyer with a more neutral or modern sense of decor. Super chic and modern! All I could see in my mind was big paint drips and long brush strokes all over my cabinets. How much did it cost to do the cabinets? We spray painted it … and now it’s a towel rod … much better looking than the builder grade circular towel holder that used to be in its place. Now, that’s a lot better price than buying a whole new mirror for the space, but it’s still too costly for me. It’s like a whole new kitchen. Great projects. The kitchen looks fabulous! I love your great new transformation, it’s amazing! I would love it if you could come share at my link party!
Now your cabinets look elegant, I love wood color kitchens, although I admire the white ones too. It looks amazing! Wow, your hard work payed off and I love that you didn’t paint the cabinets white. I chose to do the prep work with the doors in place – you can certainly take them off and move them, I just wanted to keep this as quick and easy as possible. WOW all your hard work paid off, it looks amazing! WOW what a great transformation! Wow that is amazing! My kitchen and laundry room had lime green counters and the main bath had blue. Turn your kitchen into the room that really “sells” your home. If your kitchen receives a lot of natural light, has big windows and the home is receiving direct southern exposure light into the kitchen you can get away with dark color stones more easily. You can buy the natural sea sponges at craft stores in the art aisle.
It has some body to it, but not the depth that some of the more traditional charcoals or grays can have. Her way has to be more simple. A new showerhead is quite simple. I have Roman shades now, Hunter Douglas ones and it’s enough for lighting and sunshine in a kitchen and foe easy cleaning. Love your kitchen especially the hardware and gorgeous tile backsplash. I LOVE your backsplash. I especially love the hardware! I like the hardware too. I’m like you we moved into a bigger house and it does pose challenges in decorating! I like your bar stools. Was your hubby on board with painting the oak because my husband is against any painting of any wood in this house. Love the cabinets. I’m going to be painting the exact cabinets really soon. The same goes for painting furniture. We have been remodeling our kitchen for a year now and are still not done!