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2 Little Fishies: How are you liking your yellow cabinets?

Posted by laughable (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 2, 13 at 23:06

It's probably way too soon to tell durability, but I'm pretty sure you have little ones at home, so I'm wondering how are the new cabs doing in terms of a worry free finish?

We're trying to narrow down our cabinet choices, and I'm having a difficult time reconciling my love for light painted cabinets with a big busy family that makes our lousy white painted oak always look icky. DH is eager to get started making them while home during his slow season and I need to make a decision!

I'd appreciate it so much if you could fill me in on how your pretty cabinets are doing. Thanks! : )

-Amy


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RE: 2 Little Fishies: How are you liking your yellow cabinets?

Hi Amy!
I only have a second b/c we are going out soon...
BUT, I love my yellow cabs! I also still love my white uppers and island so far. I would think a big part of it is that my cabinet makers does a really lovely finish. He sprayed with a catalzyed lacquer and then a satin clear coat so they are very easy to wipe off : ) The kids are pretty neat actually but even still I would say to check on the type of finish put on to make your decision.

HTH-
Fishies


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RE: 2 Little Fishies: How are you liking your yellow cabinets?

I was looking for your finished kitchen pictures yesterday. Have you posted them yet?


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RE: 2 Little Fishies: How are you liking your yellow cabinets?

No, not yet but coming soon!


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RE: 2 Little Fishies: How are you liking your yellow cabinets?

Wow, that finish sounds fantastic. I'm glad that they are as easy to take care of as they are beautiful.

Thanks for anwering my question. : )

Looking forward to the reveal...


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