Looks great. We painted our cupboards in the caravan with Whisper White. It's very popular for indoors.
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Agree. Looks good, Whisper White...its a white with a little bit of warmth. A caravan reno is on my bucket list
Love that island and hoping to install one similar in my house, did you make this or did you buy it from somewhere?
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We always use flat to wash n wear type finish to paint on gyprock walls.
We use semi- gloss on all skirtings/architraves/wardrobe doors.
We use semi- gloss on internal rendered walls, as it actually hides lumps and bumps better than flat.
We use exterior paints on the exterior which are labelled as 'low sheen' but have a bit more shine in them than low sheen interior paints example Taubmans low sheen exterior paint.
We use exterior paint in a semi-gloss or gloss (depending on the brand) for exterior posts and railings
The island in the kitchen was a custom build.
Many thanks for the clarification @2Belindas. Very much appreciated I'm sure.
Thanks for the info. We ended up buying low sheen dulux for walls and gloss for trims. . Not really worried about showing imperfections. She's about 80 ,weatherboards still good. 😁