Country Home Kitchen

A couple that loves to share big Sunday meals with family gets a homey country kitchen.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe freezer chest now serves double duty. With the addition of a wood frame that flips up to allow access to the freezer, they've gained a sizeable counter.
Two old tables that Carter salvaged from his contracting work were reconditioned to create a table and benches. For that chalky finish on the table, Hirsch used milk paint, which you can get online or at specialty paint stores. She sanded and primed the table and then used chalk lines to set the pattern. The mustard yellow and rusty red checkerboard creates a nice contrast to the green walls. Milk paint contains lime, so be sure to wear gloves when applying it.

paint: walls (C2-219 Leap Year, C2-199 Serendipity) – The Coatings Alliance
milk paint: table (Mustard, Red) – Sydney Harbor