Updating your kitchen for 1 500
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I painted the walls a deep shade of grayish green (Martha Stewart, thunderhead for about ).
wet look sealer (also from Home Depot for around ). The concrete stain has a navy blueish tint to it for a couple weeks or so after it is applied. It eventually turned to black, so don’t be alarmed (like I was).*** Tiles came next…we knew all along that we would go with 3″ x 6″ subway tiles.
We have enough white subway tiles already on hand to complete the project (we got them for free awhile back), but felt that they might be too much white.
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*** Audrey Kuether is a DIY expert, regular TV contributor on Fox4 Kansas City and KCTV5's Better Kansas City, creative director, photographer, blogger, interior stylist, wife, and mom living in Kansas City.