Ideas for Painting Living Room Cabinet with Doors

May 17th

Living room cabinet with doors provides additional storage space for your kitchen, but standard cabinets do a little to add to your overall design. Plain white cabinets have a dull appearance that can actually detract from the design that the eye immediately draws to these white spots. No matter what type of design or style you have in your kitchen, you will find ideas for painting white cabinets that work with it.

Modern Design Living Room Cabinet
Modern Design Living Room Cabinet

Use several Shades

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Using two shades on your living room white cabinets give them a more elegant look. The way you combine the color depends on the design of the cabinets. If you have carved or crafted wood, then use color paint on designed spaces and another shade in the other areas. Another way to spice up the cabinets is to paint the cabinets a shade and use a different color on the doors. If you open and close the doors often, then paint a light shade on the inside, such as yellow or red and use white paint on the outside. It gives a bright pop of color to the living room every time you open the doors.

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Give it an antique look

Antique style cabinets work well in a living room with a rustic or county style. Although the cabinets you already have white, you can still add decorative elements that make them more rustic. Use sandpaper to roll up shelves, doors and sides of the cabinet. The harder you rub, the more coarse pieces become When finished with sandpaper, apply a thin layer of cream or white-colored paint. The wood fibers and old paint color appear in different spots around the piece.