Updating old oak cabinets

I hope you’ll find it easy, non-intimidating and then recommend my blog to all your friends so my blog can grow and grow. Here’s what my vanity looked like before I got started.Since I do this all for free out of the goodness of my little heart. This is probably the least fun step, but you must protect your floors, counters, walls, tiles, or any area that may get stain on it.

I only picked the yellow/red accents to go with the furniture I owned. I've been dreaming of an all-white vintage look for literally 10 years.

If you’re prepping kitchen cabinets, you’ll like need to use a sponge and soapy water to get off years of grease and gunk.

This past month I consulted with homeowners with Builder Grade Oak Cabinets to select a wall color that would enhance the wood.

So here is my before picture right before we moved in.

Over the years I kept a binder with pictures of my dream kitchens and drooled over model homes with eat in islands and gourmet stove tops.