I first sanded the cabinets to remove some of the gloss and to scuff them up a b…

I first sanded the cabinets to remove some of the gloss and to scuff them up a b…


I first sanded the cabinets to remove some of the gloss and to scuff them up a bit so the primer would adhere better. I then used the same process as the beadboard, one coat primer and three coats paint. Since we were going for a bright white kitchen, I opted for the same paint color for the walls, trim and cabinets. I used Snow Fall by Behr. I am a big fan of the Eggshell finish for walls. However, for the trim and cabinets, I went with the Satin finish which I feel is a bit easier to wipe down

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