By Dominique Prune. Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, March 07th, 2018 - 03:03:53 AM.
Locate some storage near your dining area to keep items such as napkins, placemats and silverware close at hand. In this kitchen design, we added a sideboard to provide storage and a serving surface. This will make setting your table and serving a meal easier and will minimize the need to jump during meals.
Once you’ve finished sanding your table and chairs, it’s time for your first coat. Primer is an important part of any DIY paint project to help the paint bond to the furniture correctly. When applying the primer, make sure your coats are even and include all the details as well. If your detail work is too small for your brush, consider getting spray paint primer, to ensure every area is covered. Let the primer dry before continuing.
Your kitchen appliances can make a huge difference on the overall comfort and convenience of your kitchen. An upgrade of one or two can impact your ROI when it’s time to sell and improve your home’s energy efficiency. If you’re considering new kitchen appliances, keep these tips in mind as you research what’s best for your home.
When it comes to painting your kitchen table and chairs, choosing the best paint can be tricky. Right now, many homeowners are leaning toward chalk paint. This type of paint is unique because not only is it non-toxic, but it's also easy to apply to any surface, giving it a unique vintage look. Chalk paint is a great option for furniture if your style matches.
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