By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Tuesday, July 02nd 2019, 01:22:07 AM.
Tools and Supplies You Will Need:Interior acrylic-latex paint,Primer,2 1/2-inch paintbrush,Roller frame and roller cover,Paint tray and liner,Canvas drop cloth,Masking film,Painters tape,TSP-3 sodium phosphate,Random orbital sander and sandpaper of varying grits,Dust mask or respirator,Tack cloth,Shop vacuum,Soft, clean cotton rags
Avoid painting kitchen cabinets with an eggshell or flat finish paint. These paints are not as washable as semi-gloss or gloss finishes, and you run the risk of rubbing through your paint job the next time you need to scrub your cabinet doors.
If you are interested in adding different tones to your kitchen, grey makes an excellent choice. Grey and white kitchen cabinets create a clean feel, while you can add grey to a light blue kitchen for a gentle.Your color options may be many, but it will help you to explore the intensity of the colors you wish to combine.Soft grey may be contrasted with bright aqua or deep red. It can also be combined with soft yellows to add a cohesive look. For a classic feel, consider combining grey with white or black. The contrasting colors will add interest as well as a timeless effect.
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.