Well, about 10 months ago I asked a few contractors we know to keep an eye for some cabinets to recycle, and I've been to the Habitiat for Humanity Re-Store a dozen times looking too. Tuesday, one of our contractor friends called and asked if we still needed cabinets - and he brought over these!
They are laying on their sides - sorry!
They are very plain, lightweight and a tad on the ugly side - but they will hold stuff! I think they need a good cleaning and some paint, and that's where the problem begins. We brought them into our very small sunroom and I have vacuumed off the spiders, but that's about all. I was wondering if a good coat of Old English would make them livable for now. Hoping!
For those of you with painting experience, I need advice. Do I try to paint them before we hang them, or after?
And of course - what color???? White? Cream? Black? Brown? The room is Sherwin Williams Rambling Rose - an 'oops' choice that we had on hand and used because it was free! It is dark in a room where there is just one tiny window tucked behind the furnace which is in the middle of the room! Most impractical and rather hard to work around!
So - in a word, HELP!!!! You all have so much more experience than I do, please share your wisdom with me! Thanks so much!