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 she painted the lower cabinets turquoise and removed some of the doors from the upper cabinets. Take a look!
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?
Thanks to LeAnn for sharing it with us!