you see – not the chronological history of the tree!This is going to be TREE-LY exciting, so let’s get started!If you choose weekends, it will probably take you a couple of months (all of this depends on your pace and the size of your kitchen, of course.
With it’s almost ‘butterscotch’ undertones, this colour will sit pretty neutral with oak and won’t entirely camouflage nor accent.
is a cool, slightly stormy gray with a vague blue undertone.
Yes, it will slightly accent your oak, but it will look BEAUTIFUL!
Read ALL about is a soft gray with strong green and blue undertones making it almost whimsical with it’s fresh feeling (leans more blue).
This post now provides a summary of the project, as a companion to the Free Ebook.
I’ve divided it up into a few pages to make it a bit more digestible.
I certainly don’t mean to scare you off- if I bought a house tomorrow that had orange oak, I would do it all again!
In my opinion, the result definitely validated the work!
The purple is subtle but adds enough colour that you aren’t just dealing with ‘greige’ and light enough that it can help to off-set a bit of the visual weight of darker cherry cabinets.