Painted Kitchen Cabinets, French Linen Chalk Paint

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March 14, 2019

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This weeks before and after comes to us from Sara Hollister-Jessick. Sara redesigned her kitchen for her vacation rental house. She painted these 1990’s oak kitchen cabinets with Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan in French Linen. Sara says this project has taken up a lot of time but she has enjoyed every moment of the project.

Sara sprayed the cabinets with Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. She used French Linen and for the cabinet color and sealed them with General Finishes water based poly top coat.  We love what Sara has done to her kitchen it’s so fresh and bright.  Sara wanted to give her cabinets a neutral look with more depth than white. It was important that the cabinet color pop and blend in with her other furniture. She also painted her bowls, dishes, and trays with Chalk Paint®.


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  1. Maria Santos says:

    Thanks for posting this article, I’ve been wanting to paint my kitchen cabinets. Just wondering how chalk paint works with a sprayer because it drys so fast. Also, were the inside of the cabinets painted? Has anyone tried an antique finish with stain? I’d love to see that.

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