Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Project Kitchen Cabinets Update

Well, the cloud of latex paint that surrounds the kitchen area has cleared up,so I can find my way to my office and sit down to share an update on the progress of the kitchen cabinets.



What a job...no joke. This is the most labor intensive project that I have ever done....not including when we painted the exterior of our home, which was equally involving.


Good


And, as involved as this project is and as dirty as the house got....no regrets at this point.
And, after this weekend when I saw the base cabinets finished, I feel like we are on the home stretch, but the truth is we probably have another couple of days to complete the sanding, priming and spraying of all of the cabinet doors.


Better


Because my husband and I have been using the weekends to complete this project, that puts us into March sometime. And if I time it just right, maybe around St.Patrick's day where I can celebrate with a big pint of green beer when we are done. 
Which would be totally awesome, except......

Best


I don't drink green beer.
But at least the cabinets will be finished.

More to come on this project. Who knows, I may just inspire you to paint your cabinets and drink green beer too....or just drink the beer!
Don't miss my 5 prepping tips here before you paint.


Cheers!



Grateful for~
Patience





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41 comments:

  1. They look awesome, Laura!

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  2. Yes, it will all be well worth it in the end! Looking awesome!

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  3. You know I'm going to paint my cabinets, but you could never get me to drink green beer! You are off to a lovely start, but I need some details girl! Did you paint these with a brush or a roller, or did you spray them? Any special tips for painting inside cabinets? If my bases look half this good, I'll be a happy girl.

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  4. Oh the cabinets are looking really good. Can't wait to see them all done. Hugs, Marty

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  5. Oh they look beautiful! It will be worth it in the end!
    -Shelley

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  6. Wow, it's looking like a whole new kitchen! I am so jealous. My husband will. not. let me paint our cabinets. Love what your doing!

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  7. Which paint did you go with for your cabinets? And did you spray all of them? They are gorgeous! :)

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  8. Laura,
    It is looking absolutely amazing!!! It is going to be well worth the work and frustration! I'm sure spraying is the way to go! Can't wait to see it all finished! ~Christy

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  9. Laura, this looks great! I know this has been a huge job! I know you'll love your new kitchen when finished. Your hard work and effort will be a big pay off! So proud of you for tackling such a huge project-

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  10. Well, seeing as I already painted our cabs, I'll go for the beer (surprised)? The transformation in your kitchen is awesome ... just love how even now, your beautiful granite just "pops!"

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  11. looks amazing so far...so wish the hubby would let me do this in our kitchen!! Can't wait to see it all finished!

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  12. Looking good!! Keep up the good work! It will be so worth it in the end when you can sit back and admire your hard work :)

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  13. Oh be still my heart...how fabulous they look!...Unfortunately, there is no painting of cabinets in this household...I think I would have to buy another house just to get my "lighter kitchen"...but I am working on at least having the island painted!...Can't imagine how much work is involved...you two are doing a magnificent job!...

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  14. Amazing!! So excited for you!! I've wanted to paint for years now but been too scared to!! Can't wait to see it all done! Great job so far!!~~Angela

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  15. I am gearing up to prime and paint my cabinets in the next few weeks. Wish I was almost done like you are. It seems getting started is the hardest part of any job and I have really been dreading this one but I think I am finally ready to get this one behind me. Any pointers on paint brand, sheen or finishing products? Can't wait to see yours when their finished.

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  16. Y'all rock! I'm loving the white :)
    Debbie

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  17. I'm liking it. Cabinets Maple, Hickory, or?

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  18. I so, so, so want to do this! Are your cabinets maple or ash? We have very similar granite and seeing how your kitchen is coming together so beautifully is more confirmation that I should get my rear in gear and get painting!

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  19. They look AMAZING, Laura! Wow! And yes, I have to agree - while an easy DIY, it sure is labor intensive and time consuming and no fun. But well worth the work! Can't wait to see more!

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  20. Wow! That IS a big job but it is looking SOOO good, Laura. You will be so thrilled when it is done and it will be worth ALL the hard work. Deep breath- you are coming down the home stretch! We will all celebrate with you when you are done....xo Diana ps...I don't drink green beer either-or ANY beer for that matter! xo Diana

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  21. Gorgeous girl! I can't imagine the work, but oh so worth it!

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  22. Looking good! Can't wait to see them with the doors. Lots of hare work. Great job!!!!!

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  23. You are inspiring me! We are considering buying a house that has a bad case of "Over-oak" in the kitchen. If we buy it, will you come paint the cupboards? I have green beer...and wine.

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  24. So much worth all the time and work. Love what I see so far.

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  25. Oh my goodness, it is looking fabulous! Crazy how your gorgeous floor's now pop, I can't wait to see it finished!!! xo

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  26. Oh it's look so good! I can only imagine how much work is involved to do all of that. At least y'all are taking your time to do it right. It will pay off in the end. You're going to feel like you have a brand new kitchen!

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  27. You could of saved yourself so much time and money if you would of gone with Giani Granite Cabinet Paint.. I did my cabinets in both of my bathrooms and they look awesome now it's time to tackle the kitchen..

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  28. Wow Laura, I am following this one here and FB. You should be so proud. Things are really looking great. I am s o excited for you guys and can't wait to see this finished.

    Cynthia

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  29. What a difference!! I am dying to paint my cabinets but, I, hate, to, paint. . . heh!

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  30. Your cabinets are look so good already! I painted mine too and could not be happier. Mine are green now.

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  31. Keep up the good work. Can't wait for the total reveal!

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  32. So glad to see an update. It's looking wonderful, Laura!

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  34. WOW they look absolutely AMAZING Laura!! I can't wait for the full reveal...you guys did gooooood!!

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  35. How about a green margarita. Better than beer. Or we could meet up in Savannah to celebrate your kitchen makeover success. Seriously, I am awed by this project. You are superwoman! I cannot wait to see the reveal.

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  36. Just gorgeous! I can only imagine the hard work plus time intensive but it looks like a professional job. I know you're going to really enjoy the finished product! How about a glass of wine??

    xo
    Pat

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  37. It already looks so bright and pretty! All that hard work is worth it. Super job, Laura!

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  38. BEAUTIFUL! What color did you use on the cabinets?

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