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If you follow Practically Spoiled, you’ll see I’m on a mission of complete oak-elimination from my house.(See my gel stained oak banister makeover here and my painted oak vanity bathroom makeover here) When we bought our house, the kitchen was partially upgraded: nice new travertine floors, not-my-first choice granite and an “eh” backsplash.The Van Wyke Thermofoil door style is discontinued as of June 29, 2017.Other door styles discontinued in November 2016 are the Dryden Rustic Birch, Grayson Maple, and Nantucket Thermofoil.
Seriously, I love this thing as much as my handbags, my Pinot Grigio and my husband (he’s ok with that.) It’s easy to use and has taken my DIY abilities to the next level. • My second most favorite tool, my 12″ Compound Miter Saw from Harbor Freight Tools.• A quart of General Finishes High Performance Water Base Polyurethane Topcoat in Satin. • Elmer’s Wood Fill, if you are moving the location of your hardware OR if you need to repair any dinks, dents or oopsie-daisies in your cabinets before painting. (You’ll be removing the old for painting.) • A show to binge watch & a heaping dose of PATIENCE! To dress it up, I added some DIY wainscoting using basic window casing.