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A year ago we were talking about what to do with our kitchen cabinets because they were dated.

This kitchen gets additional warmth from cherry counters, an antique island, gingham-check wallpaper, and an apron sink.

The room was already looking worlds better, thanks to projects like the fresh white paint, wood floors, painting a bright red door, and raising the old header over the sink and adding a new pendant light & rugs.

On the very last warm-ish day of the year, I laid out all the drawers and doors and got my painting on with my paint sprayer. I had them all primed with Zinsser oil based primer within 15 minutes.

Then I waited a couple of hours before painting the final coats.

Give instant visual interest to your kitchen by mixing and matching multiple materials and textures.