This kitchen was very blah. Old white appliances combined with oddly-colored cabinets made for a dated, unattractive looking space that sure wouldn't make me want to cook. But just wait until you see what a little bit of ingenuity and some serious elbow grease can accomplish.
Our neighborhood preschool is a goldmine of childhood magic. It's a special place that brings families together; an emblem of our community's commitment to children.
This year, for National Painting Week, our friends at Sherwin-Williams encouraged us to seek out a community-based project. We were thrilled, because doing more of this sort of work has long been one of our goals. We instantly knew our beloved preschool would be the perfect candidate. The power of paint would be transformative, helping improve a space that does so much for children and families. Read on to hear all about it.