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In this kitchen, cream-colored custom kitchen cabinets lighten the space and add contrast to the steel stove. To indulge the splurge on marble countertops, these homeowners saved elsewhere by keeping the original room layout and plumbing as is.Off-the-shelf cabinets and inexpensive tile also helped cut costs. Thanks to a new year and a goal to have them all completely finished.Because when we moved into the house almost 2 years ago, our plan was to tear out the cabinets and install new ones.However, you can see that my stain got a little messy along the side where it touches the wall.And that’s okay because I knew I could go back later and paint over that when I painted the walls.
They made a huge difference to keep the doors off the ground, so that we could stain both sides even if one side was still a bit tacky. So, we used the nail gun and shot a whole bunch of nails through an old piece of wood so that the doors could balance on something similar to the pyramids. Including applying the polyurethane Top Coat, which really helps seal in the stain and protect from normal wear and tear.
Because it’s stain, you still get to see the wood grain. And let me tell you, applying this gel stain is SO much easier than painting.
You don’t have to worry about paint lines and/or your paint getting too thick and clumpy, etc. And nope, not a single need to sand any of that wood before applying the stain.
We also wanted to install a different shower and possibly change out the tile too. We finally decided that even though the tile wasn’t our first choice, it really wasn’t all that bad……and that staining the cabinets would be good enough for now.
And now that it’s done, we’re so MAD we didn’t do it earlier.