Diane Transforms Bathroom Cabinets and Formica With Caromal…

Diane decided to update her guest bath…

She stopped by the store to check out colors/texture, and decided on Caromal Colours textured basecoat paint in Mustard, toned….  with a little bit of stipple texture

We looked at combo’s of black and mustard for future furniture projects as well…

I know,  some of you will shudder and think

oh,  but its not SMOOTH!  What about resale?  What about when I tire of it?  What will others think?

and my answer would be,


It’s not factory sprayed?   Good!  The finish Diane created looks better than factory sprayed.     Think outside the box,  add interest, try something new and fresh…   To see it is to believe it – folks stopping by my store comment on the finishes – the uniqueness…   they’re DRAWN to them.

You can create like finishes, on your own cabinets and furniture –  what’s stopping you?

Did you also catch that white counter that went away?  How convenient!  How affordable….

Two coats Textured Basecoat Peppercorn (black) whizz rolled on,  then light sand, then some awesome Krylon Webbing (in a can) for authentic veins, topped coated, of course, for durability…

Scroll back up to that before photo,  then stare at that cabinet or counter or piece of furniture that doesn’t work for you anymore…

What’s it gonna be?

You can find all of the above at my store – be sure to book mark it, and note my coupon codes  PattyH for $2 off shipping and PattyH5 for 5 off shipping.


Head to my store   SHOP.FABFINISHER.COM   for all of your Caromal needs  – including perfect 8 ounce samplers of the Textured Basecoats,  – a great way to experiment with color combinations!


5 responses to “Diane Transforms Bathroom Cabinets and Formica With Caromal…

  1. I really like the “webbing”…I need to try that! Looks great!

  2. its SO easy! this is a perfect example of me showing a simple ‘it works this way’ and then her pulling it off on a full counter! I learned this trick in my Aurastone class…..

  3. I would have liked to see photos of the process.

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