Thursday, September 6, 2018

PAINTING HAYLEY & JUSTIN'S KITCHEN CABINETS & FRONT DOOR.

PAINTING HAYLEY & JUSTIN'S KITCHEN CABINETS & FRONT DOOR 

Hayley and Justin wanted to make changes to their kitchen.
They asked me to paint all of the cabinets.  
Their home is one of my favorite floor plans, ever!  I love the layout.
  There is a wonderful little bridge that leads from the street to their front door.
Very tall lavender crepe myrtles, full of blooms.
drape over the painted black bridge and around the home.
Hayley has lots of windows that overlook her back yard.  There was so much light and reflection in the kitchen that I couldn't get pictures of the exact colors that I painted.
The dark grayish blue in the sample below is the actual color of her kitchen island.
SW6251 Outerspace ~ Island paint color
70BG 19/071 Mystery Sound ~ Devoe Paint ~ Color of kitchen cabinets.
I used semi-gloss paint.
The color combination was really nice.
If you like grays and gray blue colors, check out these colors.
 The wide opening on the left was a small door opening.
That's one of the major changes to the kitchen that made a huge difference.
It opens to the dining room.
This is where that wall was.  (I'm standing in the kitchen.)
Before, you could not see the dining room from the kitchen. 
Much more light in both rooms from all of  the windows.
Doesn't it look great, now!
Look at the light fixtures in the dining room and kitchen.
This stained glass window is high in the living room.  The wall around it is off white.
Hayley's decorator found this antique scale.  It was bright orange.
She wanted to put it on Hayley's kitchen island and asked me to paint it white.
The bright white looks really sharp on the dark island.
Hayley found these huge copper light fixtures for her front porch.
She wanted her front door to be purple, so her decorator found this dark grayish purple.
This color is BM AF-645 Chambourd
A perfect color for more of the wonderful stained glass in this home and the copper lights.
The bridge, painted black, to her front door.
Very tall lavender crepe myrtles drape over and around the bridge.
Front door (before).
Kitchen cabinets (before)
See the ceiling beam above the window?  She asked me to paint it to look like wood.
Will show the beam to you in the next blog post.
Such a happy home!
Thank you, Hayley, for asking me to paint for you.
I loved working in your beautiful home!!
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See the painted ceiling beam up by the window.
Here is a link to the way it looks now, after I painted it to look like wood:
PAINTING A WHITE CEILING BEAM TO LOOK LIKE A DARK WOOD BEAM

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