Saturday, January 30, 2010

the kitchen chronicles - Part 4 - glazing cupboard doors


Glazing Painted MDF Cabinet Doors

Ok.. So we've covered the priming and painting of the cupboard doors, and after a day or two of drying time it's time for the next step.   Once the paint has thoroughly dried take a sanding block and once again lightly sand the doors, just to smooth out any remaining bumps.

In this picture I have lightly sanded the paint and distressed edges in preparation for glazing.


Apply the glaze in the edges first and on sanded, distressed areas.


Wipe down with damp cloth leaving glaze in the crevices and on the raw edges.


The doors on top are finished


Here is a little sneak peek of what it's going to look like with the hardware
We're getting there!


Next Up.... Island Transformation Preview





11 comments:

  1. Oh how beautiful. I can't wait to see it all. You did a great job, thanks for sharing

    Cha Cha

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  2. looking good, can't wait to see it all come together!

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  3. Wow! Lisa, you have been BUSY!! I am really looking forward to this transformation in your kitchen. It is so inspiring to me that you have done all of this yourself!! Impressive!

    Polly

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  4. Your cabinets are going to look great when the kitchen is all done.

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  5. Love the way you aged the cabinet doors! Look great! Thanks for stopping by for a visit!
    Theresa

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  6. I love what you're doing...it's funny, because just last night I was trying to look for some kitchen makeovers...and then I see this on your blog today! Thanks for sharing...LOVE the black on the island!

    -Grace

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  7. I love, love, love the handles you found, they look great with the doors!

    Thank you so much for linking up with the Talented Tuesday link party at My Frugal Family, which is hosted every Tuesday. Please feel free to stop back in every week and post your newest projects!

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  8. Just found your blog today and love it! I'm giggling on this post because you have a Folgers Coffee can next to you..... do you mix your glaze in it???? I Do! They are perfect. Airtight lids.... handle on side. I love them! Stop by my painting blog and say hey sometime!

    Great looking stuff! Jennifer

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  9. Good dispatch and this post helped me alot in my college assignement. Thanks you on your information.

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  10. I am almost to the glazing step on my cabinets. May I ask what you used for glaze on yours? Your's are the inspiration for what I am doing with mine. I just love your kitchen.

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