Black Trim Interior

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Paint the soffits the same color as the cabinets. Add molding between the soffits and cabinets and crown molding at the ceiling to make them look taller and custom built.

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Hey guys, as you know...our kitchen has been getting a new coat of paint (actually lacquer) over these last few weeks! And I am so happy to say "IT'S FINISHED!" Yup, the doors have been re-hung and there is order once again in our home. Buh bye oaky orange wood...hello wonderful. The hubby and I chose to keep our existing cabinets. These are solid oak, custom cabinets...so there was no point in ripping them out! All they needed was a new finish. We chose black because we love black…

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black trim. Love this instead of white. No more wiping door frames from dirty fingers. Just have to tackle the dust on the baseboards.

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black trim. Love this instead of white. No more wiping door frames from dirty fingers. Just have to tackle the dust on the baseboards.

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Black trim it's time has come and I don't think it's going to go away for a long time very sophisticated and not your mother's house

Black trim it's time has come and I don't think it's going to go away for a long time very sophisticated and not your mother's house

black trim - yup, uh huh, gonna do this.

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Bye bye Cherry, Helloooo Java: The (EASY!) Banister Makeover

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How to Stain/Paint an Oak Banister (the shortcut method…no sanding needed!)

Our house was built in 2000. I'm pretty sure that was right at the height of using orange oak for trim work, kitchen cupboards, and banisters.....because this house was FULL of it when we moved in. (Remember the kitchen we overhauled?? And the window trimming we changed? Oh, and the fireplace mantel and hearth we built? Yep lots of orange oak.) I actually like using natural wood pieces in my decor and have nothing against exposed wood. However, the orange-y stain that this house was…