Distressed Painted Kitchen Cabinets

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Distressed Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Posted by Brust Andrea on Saturday, 18 January, 2020 19:11:09

I am a chalk painting fiend. I've chalk painted and distressed an island in my kitchen, cabinets in my sewing room, book cases, furniture and even a counter top. I recommend using my Savvy Sister's Chalk Paint Dust. It can be added to any flat latex paint, so the colors are limitless.

A friend of mine wanted to update her kitchen cabinets. They were oak and she felt they were out of style. I used TSP and hot water to deep clean the cabinet. I wiped the outside of all the cabinets and the inside of the cabinet doors.

Annie Sloan shows you the fastest way to update your kitchen cabinets, by simply using Chalk Paint® and Wax! Annie Sloan developed her unique and versatile decorative paint, Chalk Paint®, in 1990.

THE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO DISTRESSING WITH CHALK PAINT® BY ANNIE SLOAN. Step 1. Choose your next victim furniture piece. Thinking Closet veterans may remember a certain Black Distressed Table Makeover that we did a few years ago, so that our table would match our new chairs with that signature Pottery Barn look.

Distressed Kitchen Cabinets Outdoor Kitchen Cabinets Rustic Kitchen Cabinets Kitchen Cabinet Colors Painting Kitchen Cabinets Wood Cabinets Hickory Cabinets Floors Kitchen Rta Cabinets Black is a color related to the hidden, the secretive and also the unknown creating an air of mystery.

Glazing is Step 4 in distressing and antiquing kitchen cabinets. Add a small amount of antiquing glaze to a smooth, clean rag. Begin applying the glaze to the front or side of one cabinet in small, circular motions until you've covered the entire section. Tip: A small amount of glaze will go a very long way.