Monday, Memorial Day, I spent the entire day taping, masking off and plasticizing (word?) our kitchen and two bathrooms in preparation for refinishing and painting our cabinets.
I will compare it to labor.
It was painful.
Hours and hours of work with no end in sight.
Tape falls off, kids put their hand through things… it was one of the most tedious and annoying tasks I’ve done.
Then the cabinet master came…enter Ryan Reader.
He worked his magic with some seriously toxic lacquer based paint (which I’m sure has got to banned in California) and sprayed those puppies up.
Ok, guys, I know I’ve sung my praises for things before but this guy takes the cake.
No, really takes the cake!
You know when you buy a piece of furniture and it has the factory finish that can only be achieved in a factory?
I don’t know how he did it but that’s what my cabinets look like.
They are smooth like buttah.
I can’t stop caressing them. Call me creepy.
My house smells to high heaven but my cabinets look fantastic.
Stinky as in we’ve been staying in a hotel, then that got costly so now we’re camping out back in a tent. My men think it’s an adventure.
There ain’t nothing I won’t do for good design folks (almost nothing).
Recognize this bathroom?
It’s getting a knew counter, faucet and coat of paint.
I know, I know…why on earth would we demolish what once was a perfectly beautiful set up?
It had major issues which I’ll elaborate on soon.
Until then…this is what it looks like now.
This gray makes my heart sing!
If you need your cabinets done up right (built or refinished) contact Ryan Reader.