French Quarter-Inspired Kitchen

Wrought-iron, faux brick and fleur de lis accents bring the French Quarter to a plain, white kitchen.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe cabinets are painted with an oil-based glossy paint, which means they are first cleaned and de-glossed with TSP (trisodium phosphate) and liquid sandpaper so that they can accept an acrylic-based paint.
The drawers and cabinet doors are then painted a contrasting caramel color, using a strie brush technique, that shows the brush strokes. Then the wooden fleur de lis appliqués, which have been painted the Merlot wall color, are glued onto the cabinets.
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