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Painting-knotty-pine-cabinets-white, diy - painting knotty pine cabinets this is a project that ended up being a lot more time consuming than originally thought, so goes the life of diy remodeling i suppose. like i mentioned before here , i have been very surprised at the number of people who enjoy the knotty pine look of our cabinets and had many question my idea of painting them.. Painting over stained knotty pine. most wood species need at least one coat of primer before painting to seal the pores, ensure even coverage and encourage long wear. stained knotty pine is more ..., when i painting my knotty pine kitchen cabinets, i used bin primer and then finished with ultra white floor paint. after 10 years, the knots did not bleed through and the white has not yellowed. the combination worked perfect..

A few tips for when you want to paint your knotty pine trim white., knotty pine to white kitchen august 10, 2014 there's too much orange here! my client was updating her 1970's kitchen by painting the cabinets white an d adding a stylish backsplash. she asked me to help with choosing a color for her cabinets as well as her walls..

Aug 13, 2016 - explore maryn2art's board "knotty pine cabinets" on pinterest. see more ideas about pine cabinets, pine kitchen and rustic kitchen., knotty pine paneling is an inexpensive material that works great for creating a rustic log cabin feel. if you're looking for something a little more contemporary, though, it's fine to just paint over it. if the knotty pine has been covered with polyurethane, you'll probably need to use an oil-based primer first, because a latex primer won't stick well to the polyurethane surface.. Here’s ashley with all the details! give her all that remodelaholic love <3. kitchen update: knotty pine cabinets and paneling by ashley from vintage refined. let’s start with a little introduction…i’m ashley – furniture painter, blogger, small business owner, decorator, wife, dog lover and wine drinker., my kitchen has knotty pine cabinets and walls. the walls are good but the cabinets are stained from many hands opening them over the years. i would like to paint them but looking through many web pages of "painting cabinets" i find very litle advice when it comes to knotty pine other than refinishing..

Hi everyone-back in august i bought a great 1957 ranch that only had one owner before me. it’s like a wonderful little time capsule. the whole interior of the house except the bathroom and the formal living room is the real-deal wood paneling… pecky cypress in the dining room, hall and bedrooms, knotty pine in the kitchen and den.