For this home we painted the brand new island that designer Breanne Medlin had custom built for the homeowners, using Lawrence Custom Woodworking. Not only does it give them ample counter space but the light color (Sherwin Williams Creamy) helps it to really stand out from the wall cabinets.
|WHERE:||Off historic Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC|
|PAINT COLOR:||Sherwin Williams Creamy, SW 7012|
|EXTRAS:||We sealed the new butcherblock countertop with Waterlox|