[This is part of Our Kitchen Molding Makeover series.]
We’ve been working on painting the kitchen walls and accent colors all this weekend, and we’re happy to report we should be finished today (Sunday)!
Above and Below I was certain the blue on the left — Sherwin Williams Scanda #6529 — was the right blue, but Jennifer liked the blue on the right — Sherwin Williams Lobelia #6809 — much better.
So we took turns holding different pieces of framed artwork and decorative plates against each of the blues. As usual, Jennifer was right, the Lobelia blue showed off the majority of her artwork better than the Scanda blue.
Below This is the first time I’ve ever painted my door trim moldings this way. I was apprehensive at first, worried that I couldn’t paint a straight line free-hand, but it proved to be not difficult at all because the tip of the angled Purdy brush just glided along the edge of the molding detail.
Five Different Blues in the Kitchen
Our original plan for the kitchen did not include five different blue paint colors. But each layer of moldings presented us with a new opportunity to add another layer of color.
With the kitchen finished, I’ll spend this coming week writing posts with all the final paint colors, material lists and installation steps for Our Kitchen Molding Makeover.
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