I absolutely hated the timber look laminate and green tiled splash back in our house.
so using a few cans of the white knight renew, the hardwood utility panels and white subway tiles I now have a bright, fresh new kitchen.
Love it @NikkiMaree, congratulations on a fantastic result.
Do you know what the budget was for this transformation? I'm sure members will be keen to know and be greatly inspired by what you have achieved. We have featured your work on our Project Gallery to ensure a wide audience.
Thanks for sharing and a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We trust you'll get plenty of help and inspiration for future projects from other members, and look forward to seeing what areas of the home and garden you choose to tackle next. Please don't hesitate to post anytime you need a hand or have something to share with the community.
Bench tops were the most expensive. They are $179 each.
paint was about $200 all up.
tiles were $18ish a box we used 2.
so just under $1000 all up
Incredible work, @NikkiMaree. What a transformation.
Thanks for sharing your project costs too so that community members who may want to give this a go can have an idea of how much to budget.
Enjoy cooking in your new space.
Brilliant work @NikkiMaree! A true testament of what can be achieved with a bit of D.I.Y. and inspiration. Is that a dark blue you've chosen for the cabinetry? It looks sensational.
Congratulations on your transformation; I trust you are thrilled with the results.
Many thanks for sharing.
Yea it’s a navy blue that is very similar to taubmans colour, admiralty.
Did you remove the cupboard doors for painting or painting in situ?
Would you recommend roller or brush?
one coat primer and 2 of the colour to get that awesome finish? Or just one too coat?
keen to freshen my colour scheme too in a new home