|I like how the bare wood looks but it was too damn sticky|
- Pretty contact paper
- Golden scissors
- Pink measuring tape
- Hubby's ugly box cutter
- Goodwill card to smooth out the paper (not shown)
*Funny fact, as I'm working on this I tell my husband "you know what song just wont stop playing in my head? "I'm gonna pop some tags" by Macklemore"
He says to me "it's because you have the Goodwill card out"
I say "ugh, that's so funny, I didn't realize that, now I wanna go thrift shopping."
After I was done with a few of the shelves I wasn't liking how the pine cabinets and the wall behind was looking with the contact paper so I thought about painting them. It began to dawn on me this project was almost never ending! I mean all I wanted was a cup of tea and then I was lining the shelves with contact paper and now I wanted to paint the inside of the cabinets. Our kitchen has been under construction with this little project for a couple days now. I told my husband I was going to leave the inside without painting for now because it would be easier if I could remove the doors so I should leave that for when we had planned to repaint the cabinets in the summer.
|You can't see it here but the wall behind was stained and yellowed|
* See pictures of our first kitchen makeover here!
* For pictures of our recycling station in the kitchen, check out this post!
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