Today's kitchen before "Seaside" re-do begins...
Color of choice: Seaside color selection from Rust-Oleum, but had Sherwin Williams mix their blend...
Our 1960's kitchen is long over do for a re-do! Instead of replacing the cabinets, I thought a nice paint job just may do the trick to giving this outdated a kitchen a nice lift!
I researched about the Rust-Oleum transformation to kitchen cabinets, and countertops- AND saw this product had good reviews.
To paint my cabinets (with the Rust-Oleum product) would cost about 125.00.
So why did I end up with paint from Sherwin Williams?
First, they are local (love supporting local businesses), two- they are experts at mixing colors, and three they were having a 40 percent off sale! AND they had paint that was just for cabinets, etc...
Although I had purchased the paint, we (okay my husband) needs to do this first: We've decided to take the cabinet doors off- and run a router along the front of the cabinets to give it a wainscoting look. We'll spray the doors, and hand paint the cabinets themselves, replace knobs with updated black.
This project I was hoping to start (and finish) by Christmas...we'll see. I'm ready to go!
When we start I'll post our progress, etc... Wish us luck!
Anyone else paint their kitchen cabinets? If so, what product/ paint did you use? AND how do you like your transformation?