Notice anything different?
If you have been around longer than a week, I'm sure you guessed correctly.
Paint.... again? I know I know ;)
You may remember when I painted all of my cabinets grey.
It brought this problem on.
Everything just seemed to blend and look drab.
So I started with a light sanding on my top cabinets only.
After that, I rubbed on some liquid sander.
Lazy persons tip #1
Yes... it works!!!
I'm just a lazy painter.
I guess this comes with painting them so often...LOL
Lazy person tip #2 ... I never remove the doors.
So many people have asked about the color of my cabinets.
The bottom cabinets are Martha Stewart's Bedford Grey
My new top cabinets are
Martha Stewart's OPAL
I'm sure many of you now know,
Martha no longer carries her paint at Home Depot.
You can still find her craft paint.
So I had them mix her color with Glidden.
A small foam (not fuzzy) roller works great!
Oh...and my favorite Purdy brush for hard to get corners.
The OPAL has just a hint of grey to it but if you'd ask anyone,
they would say it's white. perfect
I now love how my top cabinets pop against the grey walls.
It no longer get lost in the sea of grey. LOL
And I love how the lower cabinets anchor my counter tops perfectly.
I keep going back n forth as to make new curtains.
I'm weird like that.
When they are up.... I love em.
When I take em down, I love the clean crisp look.
A sickness I tell ya!
Maybe I need to play in someone else's house and give mine a break.