I am thrilled to pieces that Mr. Bill said I could paint the kitchen cabinets.
They are just builder grade cabinets from 1990.
They aren't super quality but I think they are better than what we could afford now.
The doors and facings are solid wood.
We refaced the sides of them with bead board a few years ago.
I even aged them by wiping black oil based paint in the crevices. It helped tone down the golden oak, but didn't cure them of the overall goldness!!
I added the pulls and knobs a few months ago. It was a last ditch effort to help me fall back in love with these cabinets.
I took two doors off and made some display niches.
I had painted cabinets when we lived in Lubbock for three years.
They weren't painted correctly and they were constantly chipping. I had two small children and an infant. I didn't have time to deal with white cabinets.
There were always peanut buttery fingerprints.
Ohh. I wish I had a few peanut butter fingerprints now that the kids are all grown up.
I was going to do it myself, but I just couldn't muster up the energy.
I knew it would take a few weeks and that there would be paint everywhere.
We are having these done professionally.
I can't wait to show you.
Sprinkled with a kitchen cupboard redo,