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Paint or sand and stain?
laurabennett1
February 15, 2013 in Design Dilemma
This is my laundry room and and wondering if painting would look best or if I should stain it? The hallway also has cabinets just like it and I would do the same thing to them of course. Ideas?
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Deborah Butler, Brickwood Builders
Paint it all and get a cohesive look.
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laurabennett1
Btw I am talking about the cupboards, also am putting in a 21x24 grey vinyl tile on floor.
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laurabennett1
What color would you suggest Deborah?
0 Likes   February 15, 2013 at 12:47PM
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judianna20
And new hardware…there are some fun choices for your laundry.
1 Like   February 15, 2013 at 12:58PM
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Deborah Butler, Brickwood Builders
I would use a nice white. If you are using gray on the floor, the the BM Dove White would be a good choice. If you are keeping the blue walls that can be seen in the picture, a pale blue/gray would be nice for the walls.
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yvonnecmartin
I don't know what your decorating style is, but if it were mine, I would paint each door a different bright color and the background black to mimic a Mondrian painting. One needs cheer in a laundry room!
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laurabennett1
Great suggestion @yvonnecmartin but I am far too afraid of color!!
@Deborah Thanks for the Dove White idea, that seems a little more my style, walls look like a funny blue in the picture but its actually a beige/grey color which would look nice with white and some new hardware, thanks!
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jlazzarini2000
I would paint a nice crisp white color, for a clean fresh look. New hardware too! Good luck
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Deborah Butler, Brickwood Builders
I almost suggested BM Revere Pewter (which is a beige/gray) for the walls of the laundry room to go with the floor until I saw what looked to be blue in the picture. Have fun!
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CMR Interiors & Design Consultations Inc.
Please paint! I agree, different colors that are same weight and value. Kind of like these stairs: http://www.countryliving.com/cm/countryliving/images/4L/0611-teague-stairs-mdn.jpg
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ASVInteriors
following from yvonnecmartin's suggestion here is a pretty good Mondrian template...! Hint hint....
0 Likes   February 15, 2013 at 1:13PM
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Barbara Griffith Designs
Look at Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations available at Home Depot..inexpensive and easy to use. just add the hardware of your choice. Check it out.. http://cabinets.rustoleumtransformations.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=cabinet%20transformations&utm_content={K_CREATIVE_HEADLINE}&utm_campaign=Cabinet%20Tranformations
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Becky
~Remove the doors completely and use storage baskets inside. Maybe leave the 2 above the washer/dryer and re-finish them.
~Paint the wall the doors close on white and the doors grey. Maybe add bullnose trim to the outside to make "frames" on the edge of the cabinets or in a few inches. Paint the trim white with inside grey or the entire thing white. (See photo)
~Could you replace all those doors with 3 tall ones that covered the top doors to the bottom? (instead of broken up as 6)
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Godsey Homes
White paint like SW Bone China (old Martha Steward Color) then something fun on the walls like turquoise or Yellow.
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