My wife and I solved our own storage dilemma once and for all by converting all of our lower kitchen cabinets — originally outfitted as cabinets with regular doors — into cupboards made of drawers. My wife and I are big organizers in our home, always looking for ways to make the process of finding and using things more streamlined. Who needs the extra frustration of shuffling through cabinets searching for the next ingredient?We of course brought this philosophy into our kitchen—having a cabinet for the flours, and a cabinet for the oils and vinegars,and so on—but it wasn't enough.The problem was the lower kitchen cabinets themselves, as they required you to crouch down and take the cooking ingredients through a few rounds of musical chairs before finding what you needed.Now you don’t have to live with boring builder’s mirrors with no molding.You can DIY your own with lightweight molding and corner blocks. The mirrors are finished and ready to share so get settled in for LOTS of pics.When I do touch up sanding between coats of paint – the sponge style “Fine Grit”sanding block works perfectly.
I used black for one bathroom and my trusty Ralph Lauren Turret Stair in the other since I have already painted my vanity in the dark chocolate brown color.This chest of drawers was a hand me down that my daughter wanted for her apartment –just didn’t want it brown.She chose turquoise to coordinate with fabric on her bed pillows. The color -Peacock’s Plume # A1249 I could not get a decent shot of the chest of drawers in my daughter’s room after it was painted– the room was too narrow to get a better angle. It is one of those well designed tools that stands the test of time.I’ll try to answer all your questions with pics and instructions, so that all of you can try this at home.I learned again the best way to do this and I think I have it fine-tuned now. One was real wood and one set was that composite stuff.
I get many emails each week asking me how to paint this or that and I hope this page will become a valuable resource for all questions related to how to paint items successfully. I will add more tutorials as I post them so that eventually the page will have a tutorial on how to paint every surface imaginable.