When we bought this house I thought I couldn't wait to get rid of the knotty pine kitchen.  Well, now I kind of fell in love with it and wish I had a knotty pine ceiling to match!

A knotty pine kitchen - respectfully retained and revived

When we bought this house I thought I couldn't wait to get rid of the knotty pine kitchen. Well, now I kind of fell in love with it and wish I had a knotty pine ceiling to match!

Bright Country Kitchen in the Suburbs

Bright Country Kitchen in the Suburbs

Furniture, Traditional Kitchen With Pine Cabinets Also White Sink And Classic Faucet Design Also Antique Pendant Lights Also Small Modern Ceiling Lights Also Marble Countertops Also Stainless Exhaust Hood And Cooker: Knotty Pine Cabinets with Natural Look

Furniture, Traditional Kitchen With Pine Cabinets Also White Sink And Classic Faucet Design Also Antique Pendant Lights Also Small Modern Ceiling Lights Also Marble Countertops Also Stainless Exhaust Hood And Cooker: Knotty Pine Cabinets with Natural Look

Furniture, Attractive Rustic Kitchen With Knotty Pine Cabinets Also Classic Kitchen Island Design Also Gray Tile Kitchen Backsplash Also Gorgeous Pendant Lights And Stainless Refrigerator: Knotty Pine Cabinets with Natural Look

Furniture, Attractive Rustic Kitchen With Knotty Pine Cabinets Also Classic Kitchen Island Design Also Gray Tile Kitchen Backsplash Also Gorgeous Pendant Lights And Stainless Refrigerator: Knotty Pine Cabinets with Natural Look

I first sanded the cabinets to remove some of the gloss and to scuff them up a bit so the primer would adhere better. I then used the same process as the beadboard, one coat primer and three coats paint. Since we were going for a bright white kitchen, I opted for the same paint color for the walls, trim and cabinets. I used Snow Fall by Behr. I am a big fan of the Eggshell finish for walls. However, for the trim and cabinets, I went with the Satin finish which I feel is a bit easier to wipe…

Kitchen Renovation: Updating Knotty Pine Cabinets

I first sanded the cabinets to remove some of the gloss and to scuff them up a bit so the primer would adhere better. I then used the same process as the beadboard, one coat primer and three coats paint. Since we were going for a bright white kitchen, I opted for the same paint color for the walls, trim and cabinets. I used Snow Fall by Behr. I am a big fan of the Eggshell finish for walls. However, for the trim and cabinets, I went with the Satin finish which I feel is a bit easier to wipe…

House by Holly: To Paint Knotty Pine or Not Paint Knotty Pine? That is the Question. use trim brush & med nap roller

House by Holly: To Paint Knotty Pine or Not Paint Knotty Pine? That is the Question. use trim brush & med nap roller

Redone Knotty Pine Kitchen - painted cabinets look pretty good.

Redone Knotty Pine Kitchen - painted cabinets look pretty good.

The kitchen before the remodel...light,backsplash

A Little Kitchen Lightens Up

The kitchen before the remodel...light,backsplash

An entire cottage paneled in knotty pine, transformed by paint - check it out!

An entire cottage paneled in knotty pine, transformed by paint - check it out!

nice cabinet finish for my knotty pine cabinets. dry brush (wipe) turquoise paint on to cabinets. sand off to show more wood, finish with satin stain. use all water soluble finishes, acrylic based, polyurethane acrylic based too.

nice cabinet finish for my knotty pine cabinets. dry brush (wipe) turquoise paint on to cabinets. sand off to show more wood, finish with satin stain. use all water soluble finishes, acrylic based, polyurethane acrylic based too.

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