It’s time I spill the beans and tell you all what I’ve been up to this past week. I’ve been painting my kitchen. Not only the walls (previously yellow), but also the kitchen island (previously yellow). I also recovered the barstools, crafted a new valance, and added some new accessories. I left the existing white cabinetry and backsplash alone.
The main reason it took me foh-eh-vah was that I chose to use oil-based primer and paint on the kitchen island. And oil based paint dries incredibly slow compared to its latex sister.
Hub and I agreed we were done with the butternut yellow walls and wanted the kitchen to blend better with the adjoining family room and dining room, which are both painted a pale gray green by Benjamin Moore called ‘Camouflage’.
I haven’t even taken the photos of the new space yet, but they’re coming soon ! First, I wanted to share some inspiration images. I’ve been keeping a lot of these for awhile now because I adore soft green and white kitchens. Celadon green is a color I keep coming back to time and again. It’s seasonless, versatile, and always fresh.
To me, this is such an inviting cheerful place, and the perfect shade of green.