By Evelyne Eric. Kitchen. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 18:39:30 PM.
However, using regular paint is an option as well. There are many kinds to choose from and many colors to work with. The best paint for furniture, especially in the kitchen, is non-toxic acrylic. You’ll also want to choose a satin or semi-gloss finish. Applying this may take a little extra work to prep, but you’re guaranteed to have a beautiful finished product.
Add an area rug – An area rug will define your eating area visually and it will also absorb sound. Kitchens are full of hard-surfaces, which bounce and amplify sound. An area rug will soften sound and make your kitchen and dining area a comfortable and inviting place to spend time.
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.
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.
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