Kitchen Cabinet Remake -Pickled to Beachy

$150
35 Hours
Medium

These cabinets are located in a beach house. The white wash could be left off and a glaze added to make these less "beachy". The project took one quart of chalk paint.
Before, pickled cabinets
All finished- the new pulls are installed. There was nothing wrong with the pickled cabinets. I wanted painted cabinets instead.
The lower cabinets have been painted with two coats of Annie Sloan's Old Ocre.
I used two coats of Annie Sloan's chalk paint, white washed ( paint thinned with water) with an off white paint, distressed and clear coated with a poly top coat.
The last cabinets are ready to paint!
A close up

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To see more: http://coastal-colors.blogspot.com/2013/05/kitchen-cabinet-makeover-at-beach.html

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  • B
    B
    on Oct 24, 2016

    Thank you!

  • Michelle Henri
    Michelle Henri
    on Nov 2, 2020

    I would love to do this to my pickled oak cabinets. I see that you used the Chalk paint and thinned it with water. Can you please let me know if you used anything else? Any other paint or material? Thank you!

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