Painted Kitchen Cabinets
I have been painting dream kitchens for many years, and used to regularly paint kitchens for expensive traditional English painted kitchens maker Robinson & Cornish. As well as painting newly built kitchens, there are now a lot of good quality hand-made or factory-made kitchens that are in perfectly servicable order, just needing some care and attention and a decorative revamp.
Your hand-made kitchen deserves an absolutely first class hand-painted finish in the best quality paints available. (I can make some recommendations)
“Dust-Free” sanding comes as standard. As does masking-off floors, worktops, and cabinet interiors etc.
Newly installed hand-made kitchens are finished with a combined minimum of four coats of top quality primers and paints.
Existing hand-made kitchens lovingly restored to “as new”.
“Mass-produced” type kitchens can be painted, but it does depend on the level of durability required. These kitchens are usually produced with an industrial paint or lacquer finish that is harder to refinish. They may require stripping first (a costly and messy job), or the substrate might be some sort of veneer or foil which is not ideal for painting. I am, however, happy to use one of the ever-improving range of adhesion-promoting primers. These are getting pretty good at sticking to difficult-to-paint surfaces these days, so if you are happy to live with the faint possibility of the paint chipping off at the edges if knocked hard, I can do the repaint in this way.
No refurbishment would be complete without some brand new knobs. It is the ideal time, while filling and painting, to change the layout of knobs, or go from knobs to handles. Knobs can be purchased independently are through Plush.
Why not have your kitchen ‘antiqued’ or painted with a unique decorative finish. We are able to produce a wide range of Paint Finishes for a stunning individual kitchen
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