This is the second part to painting our kitchen cabinets. You can find sources and a still “to do” list at the bottom of this post!
I promised you guys that I would show you our cabinets when the uppers were painted. We painted our lowers and talked about it here, so catch up there to get the real feelings behind how this actually went. Well, now the uppers are complete. They’ve been painted a little while, but then we had the task of putting on our drawer handles which involved a LOT of complex math (aka. husband brain).
However, it’s a completed project so hooray for that … Except is any project ever “completed”? I know you can’t tell, but on the refrigerator wall, we actually moved the cabinets up about an inch. So, there’s a break in the caulk near the wall, but that’s a super easy fix.
We do have one blank wall between the fridge and the opening to our living room that I do anticipate doing something with.I’m thinking maybe a big craft paper roll to write fun things on and trash bins inside of a wooden container something like this:
Also, for what it’s worth, I DESPISE these laminate floors. It’s actually THREE layers of laminate floors and they ALWAYS look dirty. No matter how much I mop/clean/cry. We also clearly need to finish baseboards in here. I can’t do it all people!
Below are the sources for this room if you’re in to that kind of thing:
- Upper cabinet color: Sherwin Williams Pure White
- Lower cabinet color: Sherwin Williams Peppercorn
- Drawer pulls and handles (We got 5 1/2″, 8″, 10 1/2″, and 13″ for the drawers, 4 1/4″ for the regular sized cabinets and 3 3/4″ for the smaller cabinets above the fridge and microwave)
- Foam rollers
- 2″ short handle paint brush
- Kilz Primer
The never ending to-do list for this room:
Paint upper cabinets Sherwin Williams Pure White and lowers Sherwin Williams Peppercorn
- Attractive trash can storage
- New flooring
- Remove wall for a complete open concept kitchen
- Add island