Chalk Painted kitchen cabinets & cottage kitchen redo

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We decided to tear out our existing builder grade cabinets and rebuild them with some open shelving incorporated into the design. We used Annie Sloan chalk paint on all of the lower and upper cabinets.
  • View of kitchen corner with open shelving.
  • Closer view of open shelving...
  • We built a surround for the fridge that tied in to the existing pantry cabinet.
  • Side view of fridge surround...
  • Open shelving : o )
  • The kitchen now ties in better with the adjoining laundry room.
  • The cabinets are painted using ASCP in Country Gray for the lowers, and Pure White on the upper cabinets. The pulls are from Home Depot's Martha Stewart line.
  • Eat in area...
  • Sink overlooking living room area...
  • Eat in area and adjoining laundry room space...
  • Emma Bridgewater pottery : o )
  • New faucet- industrial style from Home Depot.
  • Katt13
    Katt13 Parkville, MD
    Ditto Clearissa the kitchen is gorgeous. I too have a rental Peggy Brittain and the cabinets are this old 80's brown paneling look. Landlord says "no painting" but can use contact paper to cover it. any ideas?
  • June Mcnamara
    June Mcnamara Banner Elk, NC
    Perfectly balanced and every inch is well used
  • Karen
    Karen Loganville, GA
    I love the open give a much better utilization of space than closed cabinets would, especially the corners and adds to the feeling of open space in the small kitchen.
  • Sherry
    Sherry Pensacola, FL
    Very pretty.... :) Good job...
  • Debbie Nance
    Debbie Nance Fort Wayne, IN
    Very nice job. Looks beautiful. How many coats did it take? Did you use a brush or roller? Love the calming and comfy feel.
Tricia at Little Cottage on the Pond

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