Kitchens are, of course, the heart of every home and therefore an important room to get right due to the amount of time spent in it. Over time or perhaps when you have moved into a new place the kitchen might feel out-dated due to style and finish. Kitchen painting can help.
There are several different options of replacing elements of the kitchen to suit the style you desire. These could be changing doors and panels or replacing worktops. Another, and by far the most economical option, is kitchen painting, to paint the doors, trim and panels a different colour and finish. This could be combined with changing the handles to create a brand new kitchen environment.
Where kitchens have been ripped out and replaced this option might well have been overlooked. In most cases the wall and base units will be in sound condition, as will the doors. In some cases the kitchen may be a bespoke design for the space and will be well made but just needs freshening up that kitchen painting can bring.
Here are a few examples of painted kitchens we have completed recently in the Exeter area. If your kitchen needs freshening up or you would like a complete colour change we can help. You can save substantially by painting an existing kitchen over replacing it.
The kitchen above was a simple bespoke kitchen that required painting from the bare wood stage.It has been finished using Farrow and Ball London Stone Eggshell with Jacobean Oak stained knobs.
This kitchen to the left was a new kitchen installed by Sapphire Living, Topsham. The units arrived primed and the kitchen was then hand painted on site using Farrow and Ball Vert de Terre and Matchstick Eggshell