That said, let’s move on to something fun. Do you have an appliance that needs an update? You know the one that works fine, but doesn’t look so great. With a little masking tape and some of today’s wonderful spray paints, you can DO-IT-YOURSELF and easily.
This post was originally written for Barbara. We were chatting and talking about the wonders of Kitchen Aid mixers and realized we had the same one. I purchased mine after the 1994 Northridge earthquake as a replacement for my old one that had been literally destroyed along with the rest of my kitchen. That was 23 years ago. A few years ago when we moved to our old house, the original white (the only color available back then) just stood out like a sore thumb, now that I had room to keep it on my counter top but it was in perfectly good shape. I couldn’t justify spending the money in this economy for a new designer color. So I purchased a $5 can of Copper Hammer paint and did it myself! The copper color goes with my new “old” country style kitchen.