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Painted Kitchen Cabinet Details


After posting my kitchen tour, many people have asked what paint I used on the cabinets! I'm so happy many of you liked them. I used Sherwin Williams Cashmere paint. I blogged about all of the details.
http://athomewiththebarkers.com/painted-kitchen-cabinets/
Close up view of painted and glazed drawers.
Close up view of painted and glazed drawers.
Visit my blog to see all the photos of my kitchen!
http://athomewiththebarkers.com/painted-kitchen-cabinets/
Close up view of painted and glazed cabinets.
Close up view of painted and glazed cabinets.
Visit my blog to see all the photos of my kitchen!
http://athomewiththebarkers.com/painted-kitchen-cabinets/
Kitchen cabinets painted and glazed
Kitchen cabinets painted and glazed
Visit my blog to see all the photos of my kitchen!
http://athomewiththebarkers.com/painted-kitchen-cabinets/
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2 questions
  • Emily
    on Dec 18, 2015

    What kind of paint do you use to paint wood cabinets?

  • Tonya
    on Jan 16, 2016

    Can you tell me where you found the tile for your backsplash? Brand? Type?

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  • Sandy Tromin
    on Apr 11, 2015

    wow just read it and it was so informative, thanks so much for putting such effort to inform the uninformed! I learned a lot from you. I have to remodel a kitchen this spring and am overwhelmed where to start. would you do floors last or before you put in cabinets?? I want to add real hardwood floors and don't want paint splatters.

    • At Home With The Barkers
      on Apr 14, 2015

      @Sandy Tromin Doing floors make a huge dusty mess. If you can do them first, I would. You can always lay out drop clothes to cover the floors.

  • M
    on Oct 31, 2015

    Beautiful kitchen, we're considering doing something similar in our kitchen. Do you have to seal the glaze?

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