I have pickled white wash cabinets circa 1996. They aren't in very good shape (all different colors, flaking, not all solid wood, etc), not to mention they are PINK. No offense to anyone
who likes this style, but it is most definitely not me. I haven't had a professional look at them, but I honestly doubt they'd be able to support granite or something of the like, whihc I would absolutely love to have. Should I spend the time and money to paint these (probably white), or save my money for when I can afford to replace both the cabinets and the countertops?
Commented on Jan 19, 2012
I think I've been thinking what most of you have said already - to save our money for a full
renovation. it just took other people pointing it out to me for me to say it out loud. I just dislike the color/look so much now that I wanted an immediate fix. Hard part is...painting for me right now is difficult to do on my own as I have had two shoulder surgeries this year. Womp womp. Plus, I don't have much experience painting cabinets or furniture.
Does anyone have experience buying cabinets online? Is that too risky? Forgive me for being such a newbie with this stuff. I found some decently-priced cabinets at an online discount store. I just don't want to end up with cheap cabinets.
Oh, and yes, the cabinets in our kitchen now are "builder-grade."
So I thank you all for your comments :) Now to tighten that belt and get saving for our dream kitchen! :)))