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Hand Painted Kitchens in Kent

Give your hand painted kitchen a new lease of life.

You have a nicely made bespoke kitchen that is now looking tired. Not only that, you are not too fussed on the colour now and would like a colour change. You may even be thinking of moving home and would like to make the hub of your home the show piece to encourage the potential buyer to buy.

Only the best paints are used for the most hard wearing finish and look.
Those being: Benjamin Moore, Mylands of LondonTikkurila and Little Greene.
My favourite is the Mylands of London water borne eggshell. It gives a really fine brush free finish (with the brushes I choose to use) and also provides a hard wearing paint film to boot. I have not had any complaints when using this paint.

Can I paint my existing kitchen units and doors?

The great majority of kitchen units and doors in peoples kitchens can be brought back to life if they are looking tired or dated. But I must add, there needs to be extensive preparation work for it to be successful and it is not for the faint hearted.
These units can be made up from different materials ranging from MDF, laminates/melamine, wooden, foil wrapped etc.
Most of the materials that custom kitchen cabinetry is made from can be hand painted to bring the hub of your home back to life again and, you don’t need to spend a fortune on a complete new kitchen remodel to give your kitchen that wow factor once again.

Is it costly to paint a kitchen?

Repainting the kitchen units and doors isn’t cheap, but when you realise the cost of the repaint over the cost of a complete new kitchen, then a professional repaint will be a small price to pay for a completley new and fresh look.
Your friends may think you’ve splashed out on a new kitchen anyway!

What sounds more appealing? Repainting your classy but tired kitchen with a brand new look using my quality virtually dust free painting service for a short period.
Call in the kitchen remodel company and spend weeks to’ing and fro’ing with new designs, then ripping your old kitchen out and being without a sink, dishwasher, cooker etc for weeks and having a multitude of trades trapesing through your home.

If you are desperate for a small re-jig with certain aspects of the kitchen, i.e. moving a unit, making a new addition etc. Let me know. I can arrange for this to be looked at and hopefully make an even better kitchen for you.

Contact me, NOW!

Why not contact Before & After Painting to come in and take care of your project and give your hand painted kitchen a new lease of life. I hand paint kitchens mainly in the Kent area, though I can and do travel.

In the gallery below, the various kitchen projects were painted using Mylands of London, Little Greene and Farrow & Ball. Most were water borne paints, some were oil based eggshell. Some kitchen painters feel the new VOC compliant oil eggshells aren’t as good as they used to be. True to some extent but that depends on which paint you use now.
One great traditional paint to use is from the Little Greene – paint and paper company. They have traditional oil paints that are environmentally friendly and are highly recommended for your kitchen cabinetry.

Personally though, I much prefer water borne paints and contrary to popular belief, they are as tough as traditional solvent borne paints. I haven’t had any come-backs using water borne paints.

Your kitchen will look stunning when I use either Benjamin Moore, Mylands of London or Tikkurila eggshell paints on its surfaces. I can also use Little Greene which is equally superb.

I also hand paint newly fitted bespoke kitchens in the Kent area. If your kitchen company cannot paint your kitchen for you due to time restrictions, give Before & After Painting a call.

If you would like me to come along along and talk about your project requirements and what it would entail, by all means contact me using the form below.
Hand painted furniture is another thing I always enjoy working on.

Comments or questions are welcome.

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