(Cabinets, too, can be entirely removed and spray-painted in a commercial setup, but that’s a bigger job and hard to pull off on your own. Going from a dark cabinet to light? Above: Designer Michael Scherrer upgraded her Pasadena kitchen by removing the doors altogether and painting the cabinets white. See what four painting professionals say about painting kitchen cabinets. Double Bowl Fireclay Farmhouse Kitchen Sink, White. DIY White Kitchen Reveal How a blogger transformed her kitchen cabinets from dark and dated to bright, clean, and modern using a paint sprayer!
One thing I have found about painting kitchen cabinets is that EVERYONE and their dog has something to say about this decision. This step prepares your cabinets for the tinted lacquer the white. Check out the dark and dingy kitchen that we inherited with the house:. And here it is after we encouraged her to paint her cabinets a crisp glossy white tone (along with her dining room chairs) while the dining table went black to mimic the backsplash:. The cabinets had been unpainted, dark stained wood (maple?), and we planned to brush paint them white. If you’re shaking your head in disgust at our painting of unpainted wood, we totally get it.
What color should I paint my Oak cabinets if I have white appliances? My flooring tiles are similar to your but have a green, light and darker beige color. Taking my mom’s kitchen from dark and gloomy to light and airy by painting her kitchen cabinets white, her walls blue and adding new hardware. I love the combination of the white upper cabinets and dark grey lower cabinets Kendall Charcoal is a beautiful colour:-) It s fun that you used a few different styles of pulls I especially like the gold patterned knobs:-).
How To Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets
I have to admit, before we painted our Kitchen cabinets white ( catch up on that journey here and here) I did a lot of research on the type of paint, sprayer and the process of painting. How to Paint Whitewashed Kitchen Cabinets Dark Brown. Original whitewashing methods involved diluting white paint with water, a mixture that often flakes or peels without a varnish or lacquer finish.