« patterned invitations | Main | daffodil time! »

February 25, 2010


Chelsea- What color did you pick to use? Are you going to add the paper trim to the edges of the shelves, too? Can't wait to see the results. :)

Hi Martha! The cupboards are already painted a lovely green color so I just painted the insides a creamy white (paint I already had on hand). Yes, I am hoping to add the pretty paper too and will share when it is complete:)!

Oh my. Yes. I might even feel more compelled to *stay* in my kitchen if it looked like that.

Love this. My mini kitchen reno was the best thing I ever did to my rental! Hope you'll share photos (I'm a nosey parker!)

wow! wouldn't that be lovely to have scallops adorn your cupboards..
would def put a smile on your face each time you open them!

that is so much work, but worth it. your cabinets will be so clean and fresh.

Painting the insides of cabinets DOES lighten up a room. My antique sideboard had a dark interior so I painted the insides white and WOW! What a quick way to bring in the sunshine to a room! I'm looking forward to photos of your rehab!

Can't wait to see pictures of the finished results! Are you going to trim the edges of your shelves?

Theres is nothing like a fresh coat of white paint on the inside of shelves to make them feel clean and new.

Those are very pretty shelves. However, it's hard for my shelves to look quite so darling with big ugly boxes of Kix, raison boxes, etc. I just can't put everything into cute containers, it just wouldn't all fit. Plus, it would consume my life time-wise

The comments to this entry are closed.


  • inkandpeat
  •  photo frolic-ad-2014_zps31a8a6f7.jpg
  •  photo jeanfrolic_zps417ac7f6.jpg
  • brown ink
  •  photo freshieandzero_zps157bdc00.jpg
  • Scouts Honor
  •  photo ad_zps723b17f4.jpg
  • Urban Weeds
  • hetterson
  • The Cozy Project
  • Fischer

Ad Network

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Blog Policy

  • I am thrilled to have my images or the images from this blog re-posted but please always credit the original source when re-posting to your blog, Pinterest, Tumblr, or any other site. You can find the original sources at the bottom of each post in italics. Please also credit with a link back to Frolic! Please ask permission before re-posting exact text, instructions, recipes, or diy's from Frolic! Thank you.