Kitchen Makeover 4

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    This is an "after" shot of a kitchen makeover... White laminate cabinets were painted black, stainless appliances and granite countertops were added, and cork flooring was laid over the vinyl. She's a beauty now!

    CarrieRN, jackieolmedo76, and 21 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. alynn_mosley 85 months ago | reply

      I love you kitchen makeover. I was thinking about painting my kitchen cabinets that coloR. But i really dont know whAT type oF paint i should use. Can u tell me the name of the paint thaT U use D and where to find it? Thanks

    2. karoletobias 83 months ago | reply


      I am also interested in painting two bookcases black and love the look of the ones in the photo. Did you try this on your cabinents? Can you share the name of the paint with me as well?


    3. champagne.chic 83 months ago | reply

      Hello! The black on these cabinets is Sherwin-Williams' "Black Magic" in latex. :)

    4. rachelleyoung504 76 months ago | reply


      I love the color of your kitchen. Can you tell me what the color is?

    5. champagne.chic 76 months ago | reply

      Hi Rachelle... I'm answering this with two responses- due to the flash and strong lighting in this kitchen, it changes how the colors look.

      If you like the color under the cabinets, go with Sherwin Williams' Latte.

      If you like the color on the left side of the cabinetry, closest to the ceiling- choose Sherwin Williams' "Tatami Tan". (This is the actual color of the kitchen, but it's much lighter because of the natural light and type of lighting used.)

      Happy Decorating! :)
      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    6. adeleon 76 months ago | reply

      Were these Cabinets painted with rollers and paint brushes or were they sprayed? They look great! I want to paint my bathroom cabinets this color and was interested in how it was done. Any tips would be great! Thanks

    7. champagne.chic 75 months ago | reply

      These were painted with a semi-gloss paint, with rollers and brushes. It did take a few re-do's before the finish was perfect, however.

      I would always recommend spraying the doors and letting them dry in a controlled environment where they won't pick up "trash" in the paint.

      Hope yours come out well! :)

      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    8. michaelenem11 74 months ago | reply

      How is the paint holding up on the cabinet doors. Do they chip or scratch easily?

    9. nathy_0308 70 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Fine Design, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. stademj 45 months ago | reply

      Hi! Could you tell me what the name of the granite is that you used on your counter tops? I can't tell if it is more of a white or beige or gold. Thanks!

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