By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Tuesday, July 02nd 2019, 01:21:37 AM.
To help you out, you might opt for a laminate-specific primer or paint. These products are specially designed to bond to the shiny surface of laminate. But you do not have to spring for laminate-specific products - a quality primer will go a long way in helping paint stick to the surface.You will still need to sand the surface before and after priming - just make sure you use a fine sandpaper and go at it softly to avoid sanding through the laminate surface.
When we think of grey, a standard color may come to mind. However, your base grey color choice is worth thinking about. This is because there is no single grey color in which one size fits all.Instead, grey is influenced by a range of different undertones, from red to green to blue. Warm greys such as taupe or putty will make your kitchen appear warm and cozy, whereas a grey with a blue undertone will have an industrial feel.
If a surface has already been painted and the paint is in good, clean condition, it likely will not need priming. Unpainted drywall, bare wood, and painted surfaces in poor condition should be primed. Apply the primer with the roller on large areas and with the brush on areas too small to accommodate the width of the roller. Roll the Large Areas.
If you hear the rustic word, you can imagine the decoration in a log cabin that includes bear panels and dark panels on the walls. Or, you may believe of a rustic landscape with a pan of copper on the countertops hanging from a pot rack. The reality is, you can do rustic in several distinct respects. The main thing is you have a space in which you love to spend time. Since most people spend a lot of time in the kitchen, you'll find two different ways to do rustic in that room.