Thanks! The only work I did was the floor. Cabinet maker as posted above built the cabinet / shoe changing seat. I called the painter to paint it so I did not make a mess of it. If you recall or have not read the post it all started here.
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Kevin, did the professional painter you used, paint with a airless spray gun, brush or roller? Tere wants to lighten up the interior of the Regal but doesn't want to redo the whole thing. Maybe just the door fronts.
Kevin, It looks Great!! I'm close to getting out the kilz soon.
Has anyone ever painted their formica counters? Mine are all dark brown almost black. If it's too much trouble or costly or doesn't last very long I will probably just leave them. If so what product was used.
It is so dark inside. 3 shades of brown; Dark Brown, Medium Dark Brown & Almost Black Dark Brown. It is depressing for me & did I say DARK. I may be painting all of the wood surfaces, which includes walls(no wall paper on ours), cabinets, cabinet doors, inside & out.
There are no false "floors" in the upper cabinets either. All of the electrical boxes & wiring for the lights under cabinets are all exposed. If you put anything up there it will lay on the wiring & exposed boxes. Weird.
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