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
Before, pickled cabinets
All finished- the new pulls are installed. There was nothing wrong with the pickled cabinets. I wanted painted cabinets instead.
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.
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.
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!
The last cabinets are ready to paint!
A close up
A close up

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

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  • Linda Barrett Dirksen
    on Oct 22, 2016

    What a difference! Love the color! I prefer this over white, just warmer and classier. Really nice with your counter tops too! Beautiful!

  • B
    on Oct 24, 2016

    Thank you!

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