This is an easy way to update your kitchen/bathrooms. This is a transformation of a rental property that I lived in 25+ years ago. I used Driftwood throughout the home - kitchen, 2.5 bathrooms. I cleaned them, used Terra Bella Gesso Primer and General Finishes Milk Paint in Driftwood. I have not painted a top coat yet, but my daughter moved in and I will go one weekend and get that done. I did all of these rooms with less than a 1/2 gallon of paint. Yes, that is correct, less than 1/2 gallon. I put 2 coats on it all (not the insides of the cabinet - I left those natural). Why did I use Milk Paint over Chalk Paint? It was all about the color. I actually painted another kitchen in this color and I still had 3/4 of the gallon. It was beautiful and why not duplicate this look. Driftwood looks amazing against the Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray Wall Paint. Both have the Greige look and work so well together. Another great thing I did with our last 2 rental properties, we used the same wood look linoleum and with the scraps, I lined all the cabinets for easy cleaning and cover up the old water stains, spots, etc.
Two Dogs And A Paintbrush