How To Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets with Sea Glass

Interested in painting your kitchen cabinets? 

See how Ashley of At Home with Ashley was able to give her kitchen cabinets an amazing makeover. 

For the cabinets, Ashley used Dixie Belle Paint in Sea Glass and Fluff, as well as White Lightning Cleaner and Gator Hide

“Here’s what fun about this- I think there are A LOT of people out there who hate their kitchen but don’t have the budget or don’t want to tear apart their kitchen. My idea is to share how to do a full transformation with as little money as possible! Of course, that means more work, but that’s okay. I’ll take one for the team!”

For the full tutorial click here.


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  1. Rae Rogers says:

    Not really a comment but a question…How much paint did it take to do those cabinets?

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Rae, our 8 oz paint covers 38 square feet and our 16 oz covers 75 square feet. Depending on how many coats you plan to paint will determine how much paint is needed but we recommend starting with at least one 16 oz for kitchen cabinets. Hope this helps. Happy painting! 🙂

  2. Cheryl Pruiett says:

    Question…I’m working on my first project…kitchen cabinets. In watching one of the tutorials, Gator Hide was recommended on cabinets. If I decide to use a glaze, in what order do I put on each product? One tutorial said to use a clear coat before adding a glaze. Would the Gator Hide replace the clear coat? I really don’t want to buy four products.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Cheryl, we’re so excited you’re going to paint your cabinets! You do not need to use both Clear Coat and Gator Hide. We recommend using Slick Stick if your cabinets are laminate or slippery, then paint with Dixie Belle Paint. After the paint, use glaze, and then use Gator Hide last. Hopefully this helps. Happy painting! 🙂

  3. Zoila says:

    Hi, beautiful color! One question? You said you used fluff? Dis you mix with the sea glass ? Or you painted like primer.Thank you

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