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Cream white

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by Emma Elwin on 16 January, 2017

Taking the patch-it-up approach to the kitchen

An update from us on the house, we have decided that instead of tearing out our old kitchen and fitting something new, we’re going to try and renovate instead. A more sustainable solution and one that also involves less drama than ripping everything out. First out we’re painting the cabinets in this beautiful flax oil paint, a soft white colour called cream white. We’re also going to switch all the handles and the countertops to give it a fresh feel. I’ll be back soon with some before and after pictures!


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Corinne: Wish more people tried to renovate instead of just tearing out! So inspiring!
January 18, 2017

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