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Remember that master bath makeover I started in JULY? Seriously, I wanted to put her in my pocket she was so nice. Normally I wouldn’t use MDF for a wet area, but cabinet is far away enough from the shower and the room is well ventilated.
It was the only piece of organey oak left in this room. But there are several businesses that you can order from online) and then had a glass insert cut to fit. Long story short, I had difficulty getting what I needed at my local store, so I went across the street to the Hobby Lobby framing department and the sweetest lady cut a sheet of glass for me.
I have shared a few of the changes in some past posts as it is a work in progress. Today I want to share with you how we went about updating builder grade cabinets.
Before I jump in on how exactly we did it, I want to share a few thoughts on the kitchen cabinet painting process It is A LOT of work. Lastly, I want to make sure to communicate that I am NOT an expert.
I am simply sharing about the process we went through and the method we used.
After the glue was completely dry, we painted it the same color as the cabinets (which we painted as well?
I will share how we did that later this week as I have had several questions from some of you).