It's still not much but at least it adds some color and patterns. I have some french country wallpaper I've been saving for my next place with the same color scheme. Painting kitchens is a lot of taping and cutting in so I didn't want to paint knowing I plan on leaving. It started with the white mini cabinet and this is how it was changed: I first painted the inside with a deep yellow craft paint by Plaid.
Then I painted the outside with a soft beige color oops paint from Home Depot. Though I loved the combo of beige and yellow as you can see it above on the inside of the doors, it seemed like something was missing. So I did some highlighting of the details with Rustoleum latex flat paint in black, but then it was a bit harsh! (Sorry I didn't take pictures in between) Next, I did a wash and rub technique using a paper towel using a burnt sienna Satin Finish Perm Enamel from Delta CeramDecor for tiles, glass, and ceramic.
I love the rustic effect it created and the black highlighting the details is just enough without being overbearing.
Then came a few collectibles and adding roosters to that side of the kitchen.
Come Monday, I will share the finished dresser plus a mirror! Yep, I finally finished it after constantly adding to it until I was satisfied. I'm really, really happy with the final results. Until then, hope your weekend is going well.