Anyway, after months of debating (secretly of course - I didn't want to get the hubby in a panic that another change was a in the air), I put out a blog post about my kitchen, which you can read here, and then a few days later I pulled out my paint brush. Did I go with my gut? No. Did I go with popular opinion? No. Did I do what was easiest and could be accomplished in about an hour? Yep.
Do I regret it? I don't know.
You tell me. Opinions around here have been vocal and varied.
I am standing here with my paint brush ready to tackle this project again... What do you think? Repaint the wall and uppers white, to achieve this look:
Stick with this:
|I just had to show off my 1965 range, isn't she a beaut? Looks like I need to scrub the inside a bit...|
Oh and these pictures are deceiving, in real life my counter tops are worse than they appear in these pics. They are actually cream/light tan laminate, they are not in the best shape and have to stay...
So with that in mind... Let me know, what would you do???? Oh and don't tell my hubby that this is happening - I would hate to ruin another surprise, he loves them so...
If you wanna see the full transformation you can click here, but I thought I would throw another pic at you, it was one of my "inspiration choices" that lead me to the solid dark grey:
|via house and home|
Oh and here is my kitchen after the 1st change (2 years ago) before I decided that the wall and uppers needed to be seamless: