My first painting project of the year was one that had been on my list ever since we painted our kitchen white last summer. There needed to be some contrast somewhere, so I chose the pantry doors. Here’s what they looked like before:
And, after three coats (why do doors absorb so much paint?), here they are now:
Of course, I used my favorite charcoal gray (the same I used on the back of the open shelving here).
Honestly, I wouldn’t mind if the rest of our doors were the same color. (Well, I’d still leave the green one for fun.)
Speaking of kitchens, be prepared for several posts to come on quick updates for this area. I’ve decided that if I’m going to be spending half of my life here, I might as well be happy about what I’m looking at.
See more great before & after project pictures here: