I've got a finish problem.
Ok, I know I have a problem finishing things, but that's only one problem. We're not talking about that right now. I'm talking now about finishes on cabinetry. I joke that because I'm making it, I can change my mind any time. But...
I'm way over dark wood. I love my painted kitchen cabinets, which is cool. However, I'm absolutely in love with the look of raw wood that's been whitewashed.
I think I mentioned in my 'Stripping' thread that I was stripping the drawers on my beaded inset, white Quakermaid cabinets. OMG. The white paint that's remaining in the grain (oak, of course) is gorgeous.
I'm eyeing all my painted cabinets, my yet-unstained and unfinished maple butcher block countertop I made, and everything I don't like in my house. Having discovered Citrustrip and looking for Soygel, I'm a monster.
This includes my Cottage, espresso maple bathroom vanities...
What do we do when we've invested in one love/look, and suddenly we're cheating on it with other ideas?
Could be dangerous.