OUR $75 CHALK PAINT CABINET TRANSFORMATION | No Sanding!


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We have owned this house for just about one year and I’m here to share how we completely transformed our kitchen cabinets for right around $75. Our contractor advised ripping them all out and replacing with new (to the tune of around $10 G’s) but we decided to try a little paint first and the results speak for themselves.

Rustoleum Chalked Paint (Linen White) x 2 = $40
Minwax Polycrylic (Clear Satin) = $18
Liquid Sander = $8
Foam Roller = $5
Paint Brush = $4

TOTAL= $75

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Our countertops were purchased through Lowes and they are the Baltic Butcher Block. We had a local carpenter cut, stain, and seal them for us. The color is Minwax Jacobean. Here is a link to the Lowe’s website for the counters:

As I mentioned in the video, the island is part of a set of cabinets we purchased at a Habitat for Humanity Restore. The color is Sherwin Williams Ovation, Evergreen Boughs, however… I had a sample made when choosing a color and they accidentally gave me a mis-tint. Turned out I loved the mis-tint! So while the color is Evergreen Boughs, there are a couple different formulas that come up on the Lowes system. This is the exact formula for one quart: 101-1Y42.25, 111-31.75, 203-8.25.

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