Updated Kitchen Cabinets with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint(tm)

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Another kitchen gets a facelift with Pure White Annie Sloan Chalk Paint(tm).  The cabinets had previously been painted with cream on the fronts of the doors.  They had been sealed with an oil varnish which had yellowed over time.  The client replaced the tile floor with wood, changed the old white corian countertops with granite and used a glazed white subway tile for the backsplash.  Along with new hardware and ceiling lights this kitchen looks brand new.  The job took us 3 days to paint the fronts and backs of the doors, boxes and to seal with clear soft wax. We lightly sanded the varnish, cleaned and painted the doors still on the hinges. We painted directly over the hinges which were brass and the client changed the knobs and pulls to brushed nickle.  Yes, you can most definitely paint existing hardware with this paint!

If your kitchen is outdated or needs a fresh look, call us for a free quote today.  Also, we will be offering a kitchen workshop to help you learn this look using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint(tm). Check out our workshop schedules on our website regularly for new dates.

3 Responses

  1. Hi Kim!! Remember me?? I really like what you did with these cabinets! Is there a glaze on them? Perhaps a glaze with the dark wax? Praying blessings over you!!

  2. Was thinking of doing this to my oak Cabinets as well.does this paint hold up well ? Was worried that over time they might chip. Also looking into the rustolem for kitchen cabinets? But Annie’s paint seems easier. Any thoughts?

    • Yes, the Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan is the best! We have done at least 6 kitchens this past year and the results are amazing. This paint doesn’t chip. Not to bash, rustolem because I’ve never used the product, but I believe you would be thrilled using Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan.