Hi Friends! I’m so excited to share with you guys my painted cabinets!!!!! I’ve been wanting to paint our kitchen cabinets since we moved in six years ago… so this is a glorious moment! There’s still LOTS to do in our kitchen makeover, but the time consuming painting part is done… can I get an AMEN! Later next week I’ll have all the details on how I painted them, but I couldn’t wait any longer to share…. Here are my Painted Kitchen Cabinets!
I had started cutting in the walls with primer before they were painted gray in the before shot… but you can get the gist. We had maple, builder grade cabinets and the walls were green.
I went with a gorgeous white for the main cabinet upper and lowers. You can see I’ve started with the hardware (details on those gorgeous things in a later post).
For the island I went with a shade darker than the color I painted on the kitchen walls.
I love the island color!
Here’s the details on the gorgeous paint colors I went with, all by Sherwin-Williams:
Kitchen Wall Color: Sherwin-Williams Emerald Paint in Knitting Needles (SW 7672)
Main Kitchen Cabinets Lowers & Uppers: Sherwin-Williams ProClassic in Snowbound (SW 7004)
Kitchen Island: Sherwin Williams ProClassic in Summit Gray (SW 7669)
I love these colors. The Snowbound is a pretty pure white with a slight gray undertone. Knitting Needles is a pretty true gray. Both leave the room with a clean, calm feeling.
Of course this is just phase 1… here’s what’s still on the agenda…
I can’t tell you how different the kitchen feels. I LOVE the difference that painted kitchen cabinets make and can’t wait for the next step… counters!
Thanks for stopping by friends!
**Disclaimer: I received paint from Sherwin-Williams for our kitchen makeover. The opinions expressed are 100% mine though.© Copyright 2014 Maryann @ Domestically Speaking, All rights Reserved. Written For: Domestically Speaking