Just because old cabinetry has dated finishes doesn't mean it needs to be replaced completely. Instead of the added expense of new cabinetry, consider painting your cabinets by taping off the rest of the powder room, then applying an even coat of high-gloss or oil-based paint using a high-volume low-pressure (HVLP) sprayer that can be rented from a local home improvement store by the day.
This country kitchen pairs together natural wood Shaker cabinets with a top row of painted green cabinetry that acts as a color accent to the space. Rust orange granite countertops, a neutral tile backsplash and dark brown wood floors finish off the overall look of the space.
Built in upper cabinetry provides additional storage over the bottle display and L-shaped countertop of this bar. Green bar chairs line both sides of the bar for maximum seating capacity. Hardwood floors and a painted brick accent wall keep the color scheme light and fitted for the dim atmosphere of the room.
Brown wood cabinets with spare ornamentation provide a foundation for this craftsman-inspired kitchen. A neutral tile backsplash, painted cabinetry and a kitchen island balances the weighty feel of the heavy cabinets.
Mediterranean charm exudes from this beautiful kitchen. It has every convenience a modern chef could hope for, including a built-in stainless cooktop and range hood with painted cabinetry. A mosaic tile backsplash features a decorative trim.
This Minnesota master bathroom is steeped in transitional elegance. Soft contemporary lighting mixes with a sleek, freestanding tub and glass-walled shower. Gray-painted cabinetry is topped by a symmetrical vignette of square sinks and matching mirrors.
Bright yellow walls catch the natural and artificial light to create a bright atmosphere in the open floor design. Marble countertops and the woodgrain cabinet finish keep with the light and spacious look. Keeping the countertops and walls free of clutter accentuates the modern style and allows the surrounding mountain view to provide natural decor.
The mix of materials on the countertop and along the backsplash work because the palette is the same rich orange, similar to the Benjamin Moore metallic wall paint, and offset by a large expanse of off-white linen painted cabinetry.
A cerused wood farmhouse table surrounded by ten tailored, ticking-striped chairs creates a pleasing combination in this transitional California dining space. The kitchen beyond is monochromatic, with wood plank, white-painted cabinetry topped by white marble countertops and backsplash.
A dark-stained wood island features a built-in microwave, loads of storage and a live-edge walnut countertop. White painted cabinetry topped by quartz lines the room’s perimeter, and a gray tile backsplash fits with the neutral kitchen’s modern-industrial vibe.
The elegant family room is highlighted by stunning architectural details, including a coffered ceiling and classic fireplace. Symmetry is key in creating traditional style, where built-in bookshelves flank the fireplace. The soft blue cabinets complement the rest of the home's color schemea key in this room. Painted cabinetry to complement the rest of the home's color theme.
Ample white-painted cabinetry extends to the ceiling, maximizing storage in this transitional kitchen. Soft gray walls tie in with a gray subway tile backsplash, creating a pale palette that gives the space a clean, airy feel. Modern pendants with an industrial edge hang above a large island that offers additional storage. A row of windows above the sink fills the space with natural light.
This modern mint green kitchen showcases all-over soft colors with a white and gray speckled countertop and painted gray cabinetry The kitchen breakfast bar features a sink, three cylindrical glass pendant lights and vibrant red metal stools.
Custom cabinets and a false stainless steel vent front neatly hide an HVAC duct that runs through this kitchen. For color, designers painted lower cabinetry a soft blue, then reupholstered budget-friendly barstools with cheery pink outdoor fabric.
A large, central kitchen island is a versatile, functional feature that rests at the heart of this Chapoquoit Island home. The kitchen and adjoining breakfast room feature whitewashed walls and trim, with white-painted cabinetry giving the space a clean, yet homey feel. Leaded glass in the cabinet doors is a traditional touch that lends weight to the design and connects with the home's traditional, Cape Cod-style architecture. Broad windows and glass doors usher in loads of natural light and take maximum advantage of the sweeping water views.
The kitchen features custom inset painted white cabinetry with dark soapstone countertops and gray glazed subway tile backsplash, characteristic of a Cape Cod home. Custom wood hood over the range provides a beautiful focal point and better ventilation to the room.