They wanted more kitchen storage without remodeling. Look what they did instead

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This is what the kitchen looked like when we saw it for the first time on the real estate agent’s website.
We just weren’t too big of a fan of the knotty pine ( I thought it was hickory until some smart home talkers told me differently).
  • cabin kitchen and dining space renovation diy, kitchen design, The before photo from realtor com

    The before photo from realtor.com
We began this project by removing the cabinet over the microwave in the corner and by replacing the bad cook top. We then started painting the cabinets in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and finishing them off with wax.
You can see close up details on a previous post I did here.
http://www.hometalk.com/8415586/chalk-painted…
Now I know there are wood enthusiast out there and I respect your vision! BUT I am not a yellow wood kind of person and this kind of change works great for us. The kitchen, finished being painted looks like this :
  • cabin kitchen and dining space renovation diy, kitchen design, Cabinet reno completed

    Cabinet reno completed
We also wanted to create more storage space in the cabin (it is only 600 sq ft) so we decided to add some more cabinets. I figured I could get some unfinished cabinets like this one and I could stain it black.
  • cabin kitchen and dining space renovation diy, kitchen design, The cabinets we purchased from Lowes

    The cabinets we purchased from Lowes
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