I’m wrapping up the year today, installing the doors in my last kitchen, and thought you might want to see a customer kitchen makeover that I’ve recently completed around here. It’s been a busy year, and I’m already booked into next year. I have to say, even though I was nervous about renting warehouse space this year, it’s been such a blessing, and I love that I can go there to work and then leave it there.
Oak Kitchen Makeover – Minus a Planning Desk
As you all know, I love it when my cabinet painting is part of a larger renovation project, and that was the case for this oak kitchen. The homeowners replaced the countertops and backsplash, painted the walls and reconfigured the area that previously included a planning desk. One of the homeowners had a brother who is a cabinet maker down south, so he made new cabinets to fill the area where they previously had a planning desk.
Here are some of the before photos:
Before I started painting, the new quartzite countertops were installed.
And the planning desk was replaced with new cabinets.
And here it is after. The paint color is PPG’s Delicate White.
Since I painted the inside of the glass front doors, I didn’t reinstall the shelves and doors.
The homeowners sent me photos with everything put back together – new hardware and the new backsplash installed.
I have more customer kitchen makeovers that I need to gather together and share soon. It’s been a fun year, and I’m looking forward to more makeovers next year!
If you’re looking to redo your oak kitchen, check out my post here specific to oak cabinets and this post is a full tutorial on painting your kitchen cabinets like a pro. It gives you all of the tips and tricks that you need to get the job done!