~ Chalk Paint Kitchen Cabinets ~

I hope you're having a great Wednesday.
  The painting of our kitchen cabinets is done.

The cabinets are painted in Old White using a stencil from Maison de Stencils painted in Graphite
 Laura made this stencil especially for us of our wedding date of March 25th
We sell Maison de Stencils at Smitten on the Square in Downtown McKinney.

This cabinet painting project was especially easy using
Chalk Paint and one coat of clear wax.

I hope you love this look as much as I do!!!

Lady Butterbug

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SusieQ said...

Love it! I've got to look up the stencils.

Bootersmom03 said...

Looks great!!

Dawn said...

I love it! Your cabinets look great.

Anonymous said...

Those are so great! I love them, and your work is perfect! What color were they before? beverlee

Lady Butterbug said...


The cabinets were painted a very pale biscuit color.


Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Karla, The cabinets turned out fabulous! I love the stenciling too. Beautiful!

Becca said...

So very pretty !! The cabs looks fabulous ... love the stencil you added, as well. Becca (your newest follower)


Mona Kay said...

Oh I love the stencils!! Fabulous!!

T.@WhatWeKeep said...

These turned out so great! I'd love to do something like this to my cabinets. It looks beautiful in the kitchen.

Kylee said...

Love how your cabinets turned out! I am wanting to do our cabinets as well but was wondering if you have any problems with the wear on them with using the chalk paint? Love your page! Kylee

Between Blue and Yellow said...

looks great! so you didn't sand or prime the cabinets at all? How is it holding up?

unbrako said...

You cabinets are awesome. They look very compelling. I love the idea of using chalk paint to add a little design. Maybe you can also add great looking knobs/handles. You can adhere them using liquid nails. Those will not ruin the integrity of the wood but you can also screw them if you want to.