Our house has a lot of interesting quirks, but this is the one I have the hardest time wrapping my head around. The scary linoleum in the boys' room must've looked good when it was first installed. The beer can flashing up on the roof probably made sense when the man of the house decided to take that particular shortcut. But someone spend time and money to make the insides of my kitchen cabinets crackly blood red.
When we bought the house, the kitchen walls and cabinets were pink. The first thing we did was paint them -- and that's when we found out about the lovely red crackle effect that was hiding under the pink, waiting to come through. The woman even crackled the insides of the drawers red.
I didn't realize until this week that it goes all the way up into unreachable top shelves. This is, apparently, the original color scheme. I don't see the appeal.
Anyone know how I can get rid of this lovely effect without spending a lot of money on extra supplies when we repaint the kitchen?