By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Saturday, June 29th 2019, 13:02:33 PM.
You might not be ready for a full kitchen remodel, but you can still spruce up the look of your kitchen with a fresh coat of paint for your cabinets. The process is simpler and less costly than installing all new cabinets, and it is within the abilities of most homeowners. If you choose the right paint for kitchen cabinets, it can transform the look of your space while covering up dull, dingy surfaces.Open the door to new possibilities by painting your kitchen cabinets in a bold fresh color or opt for a classic look with a crisp shade of white.
Just make sure that if you are painting wood cabinets, you properly prep the surface before using latex paint. While oil-based paint goes on smooth, even over wood surfaces, latex paint is more likely to show variances in the grain or texture. If you want a smooth, even look, you will need to do some prep work beforehand to make your painting project a success.
The biggest advantage of white is that it looks equally good in traditional and modern environments. Its different shades (from ultra creamy to shiny cumulous) can fulfill both the needs of classic kitchens with wooden cabinets, and the expectations of minimal cookeries with lacquer finish. This is exactly why kitchen designers adore white!
Custom kitchens are significant investments in economic matters. They take a long time, and it's even more expensive to undo something you don't like and can't live with than constructing your own kitchen. Go to a timeless design and look good in the next few years. A nice tip is to choose a traditional over a trendy one, unless you are certain that you will be able to live with your decision for future years. Keep the cabinet neutral, and use stand-out colors on areas of the wall, you may readily paint (and re-peel if you hate). If you want to experiment with something bright, hold it bright.