Kathy was doing some major renovation to the downstairs of her home.
BEAUTIFUL new travertine floors throughout the living areas adjoining dark hardwood flooring. And, new tile and granite in her kitchen.
Her kitchen cabinets had that pickled/white washed finish, so she and her decorator asked me to paint them to a softer special finish. But, not yellow like the existing color.
Many times, cabinets are sealed with oil based polyurethane and oils tend to "amber" or yellow over time.
Kathy asked me to make a sample for her, using her newly painted woodwork color as the base coat and using the wall color to wash over the soft off-white.
I pointed to several of the new backsplash tiles and asked if that was what she was wanting and it was.
Her backsplash and new travertine flooring had soft beigy tanny tones.
Remember Kingston and Phantom? I introduced them to you when I painted Kathy's master bath cabinets. They were sooo sweet!
(a link to that post)
So, this is the finished product!!
I forgot to take a picture of the "before" pickled/white washed finish. But, I guess you know what that looks like.
I think this turned out so pretty and soft with her darker floors and walls.
And, she did a good job choosing her cabinet hardware. It's a really nice contrasting, yet blending color. And, looks really good with her granite.