Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 19:58:59 PM. Kitchen. By Arlette Soraya.
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Start by preparing your paint area. It’s a good idea to lay some tarp down so your DIY mess stays in one place and paint does not get on your floor. Use painter’s tape to mark off any areas on the table or chairs where you don’t want to paint, such as any legs or spindles. You may not need to do this if you’re painting the entire set. Once you have your area set up, you’ll want to sand the surfaces you’ll be painting. Now you don’t necessarily need to sand the finish or laminate completely off, but you’ll want to rough it up enough, so the paint can adhere correctly. This includes the ridges and details of spindles and legs as well.
Stone is always in, especially when it comes to slate. It can create a cozy atmosphere within your kitchen. They come in various shapes and sizes so you can opt to create a pattern unique to your style, while still making it a timeless feature.
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