Actually - I have a Rustoleum cabinet transformation kit in pure white just WAITING to be used, but until I either have a: time, and b: help, I won't be able to get around to it. I also have a bunch of half-started projects that need to be addressed before starting a huge undertaking like painting cabinets.
But - painting has been on my mind - more in the way of the long, boring wall in my dining area. I've had a hard time figuring out artwork (I do have a few pieces up) and even though we have a tiny little chalkboard wall area, I'd like it to be bigger.
So - I'm thinking of painting that ENTIRE wall in chalkboard paint.
Thankfully chalkboard paint doesn't have to be black.
Leave it to Martha to come up with a recipe to make something creative...
Chalkboard paint recipe
I'm thinking of doing something like this:
Find the original picture here
Okay, without the barn door pantry (as awesome as that would be), because we don't have enough space to do that in the wall (the staircases to the attic/basement are behind that).
I also want to move my current shelves and add some more to make a pot rack and a place for my tea collection.
I'm also hoping when we *do* get around to painting the cabinets that we can take the doors off of the uppers to brighten the space up. Worst case is that we don't like it an put the doors back on... easy peasy. :)