Kitchen Pantry Doors Mural

My daughter wanted her Pantry doors spruced-up. She gave me an idea and this is the result. These doors can be seen from the family room and were screaming for some personality.
This is the area called the Breakfast nook was BORING.
Prepped. The cabinets are wood, not laminate. So it was easy to paint
I tapped off the framing,
Painted the back ground of each pane. I wish the pics showed the colors better. The back ground color is a deep plum color.
Chalked in the designs and then started painting with leftover latex wall paint.
Sealed the entire doors with water based Polyurethane, many coats. outlined with black permanent marker.
Here it is.
I used a Sharpie Permanent marker to outline.
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Turned out well. The mural brightens up the area. I also painted the table top.
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  • Carolyn Sheetz Kuespert
    Carolyn Sheetz Kuespert
    on Jul 31, 2018

    Would love to have the cabinet space! How deep are they? Are they built-ins or added later and/or where did you get them, if added? Need ideas for storage and/or shelving for re-purposed utility room.

    Thanks. Great job!! Viewed 7/31/18.

  • Elaine Sheehan
    Elaine Sheehan
    on Aug 18, 2018

    Where did you get the idea for the pictures or did you just draw them yourself?

  • Jae
    Jae
    on Nov 1, 2018

    Love, love, love! Just want to be sure, the Sharpie is the last step?

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