And that's news that should sure light up your day.For full step-by-step instructions, shopping list, and tools list, see How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets.It instantly felt bigger and helped expose its charm.I loved the unexpected sconce the builder put just to the side of the kitchen window and sink.I incorporated a striped rug just below the sink to distract from the original ceramic tile floors and as a nod to the blue stripes on the horizon above the water on Lake Michigan.
It's amazing what a little veneer and some new doors can do to brighten an aging space.We were also lucky to have neutral appliances, countertops and a backsplash similar to the one in the Delta Showroom to work with, but those are also easily paintable to keep a kitchen budget friendly.We removed the wallpaper and painted the walls to make the space feel light, bright and open, but replacing the faucet with a Delta Cassidy™ faucet in beautiful Champagne Bronze made the most significant impact.Painting our oak cabinets wasn’t an option because it’s costly and time-consuming.I considered liming them with wax, but after a ride on the trolley, I decided to embrace them. Louis kitchen making it feel classic and up to date.Dark slate walls are bold choice that may be too dark for some spaces, but with light floors and plenty of natural lighting, the look can be stunning. Check out my article where I wrote about tips for painting RV walls and cabinets.) A stone or brick backsplash or accent wall makes light wood seem rustic and earthy.Although real stone is likely too heavy for an RV, a look similar to the one below might be achieved using a faux stone veneer.The pulls complement the Delta Cassidy™ faucet without competing with it, allowing it’s classic design to be the centerpiece of the kitchen, bringing the original porcelain sink back to life!I also couldn’t resist adding a rattan light fixture after admiring them at lunch while in Chicago. This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Delta Faucet. "Back then, it was still cost-effective for small shops to build them," he recalls."Today, manufacturers assemble them faster and more economically than we can." The goal is to take this collection of boxes and bring them together to make a beautiful piece of built-in furniture.