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When I decided to diy my kitchen (more on that story here), I crossed paths with a 2008 blog post from “Girl with Aspirin” that was linked up to a garden web forum. Faucet: MOEN Lindley Single Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Spot Resistant Stainless (8.00) 3. I first rolled on with a small foam roller and then immediately pulled through with the Purdy brush. It also lets some of the wood grain show through, which I liked. and now I will recreate them for you here (I’d share a link but can’t find an active Girl with Aspirin blog). Cabinets: original oak cabinets, painted in Benjamin Moore Bittersweet Chocolate Satin Impervo Alkyd (oil-based) paint 2. Paint the backs of doors and insides of drawers first. We recently updated our Master Bathroom by making a few simple changes. And if any of you have ever done a little remodeling, you know how long it can take to get to some of them.I have shared a few of the changes in some past posts as it is a work in progress. Today I want to share with you how we went about updating builder grade cabinets. I followed Girl with Aspirin’s instructions to a tee … Walls: Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue (blue-gray color) 4.

We simply added a couple of finial feet to the base of the cabinets. Pin It I love how they instantly give the cabinet a much more expensive look. Nest of Posies Today is the first day of a week long of fun Valentine?Finally, since I used an oil-based paint I skipped the priming step. If you can wait, give it a few days to avoid smudges when you flip them over. We removed the screws because we did not want to screw them in. so we simply took a couple of pieces of scrap wood and cut them into squares so that they fit perfectly on top of the base of the circle and then under the cabinet. You can also touch up any paint if needed where the new finial foot attaches to the base of your cabinet. A pretty simple addition that can dress up and update your older cabinets. If you are interested in seeing some of the past posts for some of the other changes we made to this bathroom you might want to check out the following posts. s Grade Mirror And for those who may be interested, the paint color on the walls is Benjamin Moore? Then we glued them to the big circle with Gorilla Wood Glue. When you’re in the midst of doing a mini-renovation – painting cabinets, updating a backsplash and adding new countertops – it’s a perfect time to look at your options, and there are lots of them.