Updating kitchen cabinets diy
She is an interior designer, wife, and mother of two.
She and Justin have remodeled three homes from top to bottom and are working on their fourth.
The fridge moved to where an exterior door once was and I installed a used kitchen cabinet in its place for pull-out trash cans.
Even the 80s track lighting was replaced with a shiny new kitchen track lighting.
You can see that I didn’t even need to tape off the inside of the cabinets using this brush!Of course, you should use a high quality brush for the flat parts of the cabinets.You can even get away with a roller if you don’t plan on using the decorative glaze included in the kit.A good primer will cover up the oak, and prevent the tannins from seeping to the surface.I started painting the cabinet frames first, and didn’t prime the oak side panels first. The white turned an orangey-yellow as it dried, and it took 4 coats to cover it up.