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I am modifying the doors from where the cooktop used to be to go in this spot.These are the same exact doors with the exact same hardware…just spiffied up a little bit with trim and paint. And I hope to share more of the kitchen update soon!It was crazy getting settled just in time to host our family’s Thanksgiving dinner. Tears came easily and our family time was just really sweet. I’ve been looking forward to sharing this cost effective way to update your kitchen cabinets. I noticed the green and knew there was copper under there. I bought a sheet of 1/4″ plywood and I had the guys at Lowe’s cut it into 3″ strips.

But mastering the perfect glassy finish is all in the prep work.I brought the strips home, cut them to length and attached them around the edges of the cabinet doors with a brad nailer. Ladies, if you’ve never used a saw and a nail gun, you must. 🙂 This is how the doors looked after the trim was added. Of course, I took a day and caulked the cracks and holes and prepped the doors and drawers for painting.I wanted to preserve the beautiful copper hardware, so I used painter’s tape to cover up the hinges before I painted.Before brush ever hits wood, there has to be a lot of time devoted to getting the surface ready to accept paint.That means properly cleaning, sanding, and priming every inch of the surface, or the finish color won't stick well.

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