We simply purchased a couple of the finial wood accents at Lowe? s Day Posts, food, gift ideas and some great giveaways. Liz is sharing her amazing recipe for Pink Lemonade Pie!
s who had a pretty good selection with different styles and sizes. A lot cheaper than those expensive custom cabinets.
With the uptick in kitchen jobs I’ve been doing, one recurrent theme that homeowners struggle with, is the ugly, builder-grade, laminate material that is found on a lot of end cabinets, islands and peninsulas.
How do you go about updating end cabinets to make them look more custom and high end?
When I decided to diy my kitchen (more on that story here), I crossed paths with a 2008 blog post from “Girl with Aspirin” that was linked up to a garden web forum. Faucet: MOEN Lindley Single Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Spot Resistant Stainless (8.00) 3. I first rolled on with a small foam roller and then immediately pulled through with the Purdy brush. It also lets some of the wood grain show through, which I liked.
and now I will recreate them for you here (I’d share a link but can’t find an active Girl with Aspirin blog). Cabinets: original oak cabinets, painted in Benjamin Moore Bittersweet Chocolate Satin Impervo Alkyd (oil-based) paint 2. Paint the backs of doors and insides of drawers first.
I will share how we did that later this week as I have had several questions from some of you). Here is the before (like so many peninsulas in the country): In this client kitchen redo, the homeowner was lucky to have a handy father who helped give her island a whole new look.Here’s where it started: And once it was complete – You can see that the sides were trimmed out as well – a completely new look, using the bones of the existing island.So many of us have builder basic grade bathrooms that are totally fine, but need something to make them more homey and personal.Here are eight cosmetic —and not costly — changes that can substantially impact your space, but are easy to implement.