Progress Report


I tried painting just the cabinet box green and leaving the doors cream (both with the same brown glaze) but that looked a little weird to me. So, I painted the frames of the doors green and that seemed perfect to me. One down, eight more to go. Good thing I don't mind painting :-) I also sponge painted the backsplash. It's in lighter shades of my accent wall behind the china hutch. In the end I decided that all my stencils were too busy. For now, I'll just put them aside until I find the perfect project for them.

Top Hometalk Projects

21 Totally Terrific Things You Can Do With Doilies
13 Spectacular Ways To Display Your House Number
16 Creative Ways To Upcycle Pallets
18 Fun Ways To Add Glitter To Your Home Decor
11 Unexpected Ways to Use Spices in Your Home
16 Ways to Showcase Your Herb Garden
15 Genius Curtain Ideas To Instantly Upgrade Your Space
18 Fun Ways To Add Glitter To Your Home Decor
30 Ways To Use Old Jeans For Brilliant Craft Ideas
29 Of The Best DIY Mirror Projects Ever Made
15 Amazing Things You Can Make With Dollar Store Gems
31 Amazing Furniture Flips You Have to See to Believe
30 Reasons We Can’t Stop Buying Michaels Storage Crates
No Way! These Pops of Color Were Made With Dollar Store Items!
21 Totally Terrific Things You Can Do With Doilies
Taunnie

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

Go

Have a question about this project?

Join the conversation

2 of 8 comments
  • RoseTXMN
    on May 27, 2014

    Your kitchen has almost the exact layout of ours--I am SO thankful you shared this! Would you be able to tell me where you got your kitchen table and chairs from? LOVE THEM TOO!!

  • Taunnie
    on May 31, 2014

    Thank you! The table and chairs are not a set. I bought the table 20 years ago at a furniture store. The end chairs came from a consignment shop 7 years ago. The side chairs were bought from Ikea 4 years ago. I painted the chairs and table base the same grey color. I took the table top off, re-sanded it, stained it a darker (teak) shade (it was that blond wood that was so popular in the 90's).

Your comment...