The beautiful thing about kitchen cabinet painting is that you can really match the color and style to your specific taste, and to your specific space. What we mean is, some colors are more conducive to rooms with plenty of natural light, for example, while others are ideal for standing out in spaces that are a bit darker. Some colors are perfect for large kitchens, and others for smaller.
It’s all part of your color and design strategy, maximizing the heart of your home.
In this case, our Columbia, TN, clients asked us to help bring a lighter feel and aesthetic to their gorgeous kitchen. When we were first called, the cabinets were a deep black. The goal was to make as stark a change as possible, painting over the black with a bright, crisp white.
Like every cabinet project we take on, this process required extensive prep. Especially since we were changing colors so drastically!
Our Kitchen Cabinet Painting Process
Remove doors, drawers, and hinges for a thorough finish.
Thoroughly clean the surfaces.
Fill holes and repair damage, as needed.
Sand, vacuum, and tack surfaces to ensure excellent paint adhesion.
Apply a durable, high-quality primer.
Caulk seams and dents.
Carefully apply paint to cabinet boxes, doors, and drawers.
Allow sufficient drying time for durability.
Check Out the Transformation!
Here’s a closer look at a few of our favorite before and after shots:
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