LeAnn’s white kitchen already had a lot going for it–subway tile, hardwood floors, and a farmhouse sink. But she loves color and wanted more of it in the room. She also needed a way to display more of her fun vintage finds.
So, for starters, she painted the lower cabinets turquoise and removed some of the doors from the upper cabinets:
LeAnn recommends Valspar kitchen and bathroom paint for painting cabinets: “It’s an enamel with a finish between a satin and a semi-gloss and it was one coat. Love, love, love this paint and the best part, a quart was only $13.00!”
When she spotted this old table in a friend’s garage (they were going to throw it out, if you can believe it), she brought it home with her:
Oh, and let’s not forget the striped Dash & Albert rug, which is a cheerful addition in front of her sink:
See the cap on that vintage water bottle (above)? She says that was the inspiration for her cabinet color.
Doesn’t this kitchen look like a happy place to cook in?
Many thanks to LeAnn for sharing her kitchen with us. Visit her fun and colorful Vintage Sassy blog for more photos and information about her kitchen makeover.
P.S. Visit my Before & After page for more makeovers!