By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Thursday, July 04th 2019, 03:37:04 AM.
Avoid painting kitchen cabinets with an eggshell or flat finish paint. These paints are not as washable as semi-gloss or gloss finishes, and you run the risk of rubbing through your paint job the next time you need to scrub your cabinet doors.
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.
Consider Your Cabinets.The first thing you should do when deciding to paint your kitchen cabinets is to consider what type of material your cabinets are made from. Do you have solid wood cabinets or are they composed of wood veneer over particle board? Are your cabinets made from MDF or laminate? Each of these materials will have a bearing on which type of paint you use for your cabinets.
You can see fully-built cabinets for the kitchen while strolling through aisles of home improvement shops. These cabinets are usually prepared for assembly, which the shop has just set up for you. Install cabinets that come in parts and parts that you bring together instead of paying the additional fees. The measurements of your current cabinets are all you need to start, so you understand the correct parts and size. In order to install your own cabinets, you need not be a whiz in the building. When you buy prepared to assemble, you will receive directions to simplify your work.