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Pine Kitchen in Dorset


#1

This is a nice little kitchen I did a couple of months ago, down in sunny Dorset.

The kitchen was in good condition but just looking a bit dated.

So after sanding down, it got a good wash down with Krud Kutter, then once dry sanded down with a 240 grit paper.

A coat of Zinsser coverstain was applied, then when dry a going over with 400 grit paper.

The final two coats of eggshell was from the Little Green range, oil based used here.

New worktops and hob was fitted (before I painted) and all in all I thought it turned out very well.


(J G Mason Decorator) #2

Looks great Neil, a lot more modern and fresh.


(Fresh) #3

Looks great Neil, shame they kept the tiles!


(B Richardson Decorating) #4

What a difference , nice 2 tone effect .


(warren) #5

Hi Neil,

Can you tell me colours where used, like the two tone
Barry


#6

Hi Barry

The paint was Little Greene and colours were Slaked Lime 151 which is the darker of the two and Slaked Lime 149 for the centre panels.

Hope that helps.

Neil


(Russ Pike) #8

That 2tone takes me back to the 80s Neil “Too much, Too young” Nice job mate


(warren) #9

Hi Neil,
Thank you for your reply,I am trying to make up my wifes mind on our kitchen
could be settling on LG French grey WB eggshell, but really like the two tone