My white kitchen remodel is finally finished!! See the progress and the big reveal with you! Painted white cabinets and subway tile made all of the difference. For the beginning see my White Kitchen Remodel: The Beginning post.
See my dull builder honey cabinet to white bright bistro!
If you missed the before post with my big ideas for what I chose to do you can go back and read it here White Kitchen Remodel: The Beginning. You get to see the tile removal in that post as well.
I got everything on my plan list I wanted and it turned out even better than I could of imagined. Let’s get started!
Here is what we had to work with, straight top honey cabinets, a plain small kitchen island, builder-grade square tile backsplash, and dated gold paint.
I wanted to redo the island to bring a more custom feel to the center of the kitchen. Since my cabinets were basic the island was one thing I could change for the better.
Our contractor added tongue and groove wide wainscot panel boards cut to fit the outside of the cabinets. We used the smooth side of the board.
This wainscot panel is an easy and inexpensive way to transform an island without going over budget.
While the island was being made over and the cabinet boxes were being painted, this is what was going on in my garage.
They used oil-based marine paint to spray the cabinets to get that smooth factory finish without brush strokes. They came out beautifully and just like brand new!
And now for the Grand Reveal!
I can’t believe how awesome it came out. Plus cleaning out my cabinets for the first time in years and organizing everything was so refreshing. Now I need to organize and redo everything else.
I love it so much it’s like being in a new house! This has been one of the best decisions we made to upgrade our home.
WALL PAINT COLOR: Sherwin Williams #7654 Lattice
CABINET PAINT: Sherwin Williams Marine Paint White
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Check out the before post next!