We took down all the doors and sanded them down. Then we (my hubby) masked off our garage and hung up all the cabinet doors by putting a little nail somewhere it wouldn't been seen when they were finished, and hung them to the rope with some nylon string.
Then we (ok, my hubby) sprayed them with primer, then sanded them again. After that my hubby sprayed them with two coats of black paint. Inside we did the same but with a foam roller. We distressed them a little and then painted on a satin clear coat. Then my sweet Dad helped us put some crown molding at the top. Well are ya ready.................here is the final result.
There are a few new things too. Our old dishwasher was broken, so darn we had to go get a new one, then I got the microwave for my birthday, and the fridge, well my brother n' law is a builder and he had some people who didn't want it so lucky me, I got it. I'd really like a new stove too, but maybe down the road.
Now here is a sad story, we were going to get new granite counter tops, but Saturday me and the family were on our way to visit grandparents and we hit some debris in the road. Well, it ripped a hole in our gas tank so can you guess how were paying to fix it? Yep, with the granite counter top money, I'm soooooooooooo sad. But maybe next year.
My favorite part of our new cabinets is the hardware, I think it makes them look so nice. Sorry my camera is a hunk of junk so it doesn't take the greatest pictures.
So there ya go, I think my hubby (and me a little) did a great job, and they will look even more super down the road with new granite counter tops.