Thinking about renovating your kitchen, or getting your kitchen cabinets painted?
You probably have tons of questions.
Over the next month and a half, we’ll take you step by step through the process in our 7-part How to Take Your Kitchen From Drab to Fab: The Ultimate Refabulated Guide series.
We’ll go through the details to give you the kitchen makeover you deserve.
In this first part of our series, we’re going over all of your questions about getting the process started. We’ll show you where to begin and where you should start on your kitchen makeover.
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Want an Upgrade, But Not Sure Where to Start? Here’s How Kitchen Cabinet Spray Painting Comes Together
When we arrive at your door for your free in-home consultation for kitchen cabinet spray painting, you will likely have many questions about the order and the process of kitchen design.
Many of our clients know that they want an upgrade, but they don’t really know where to start. That’s where the questions come in.
We’re here to answer all the questions you might have if you’re considering kitchen cabinet spray painting but aren’t sure where you should start.
One of the most common questions we encounter is actually more about the larger elements, not just the painting itself. People are often curious about the process and how everything will come together.
There’s a lot to think about. Luckily, we have plenty of industry experience and can help advise you on whatever you need to make your kitchen beautiful.
Work From The Bottom Up
We say work from the bottom up, with the biggest elements to the smallest. Do it in this order: flooring, countertops, backsplash, cabinet colour and walls, and hardware. Don’t forget lighting, sinks, and taps. If you’re replacing appliances, it’s also important to consider these as well.
Clients get excited about colour. After all, this is going to have a huge impact on your kitchen’s completed look! But there are other elements to consider.
In the world of design, a good rule of thumb is to find a starting place. For some rooms, it may be a piece of artwork that you love or an antique rug you picked up while traveling. From there, you can choose colours and accessories and elements that compliment your “starting place.
We’ll Help Make Your Kitchen Come Together
Overall, having your kitchen cabinets repainted is never really just that. It usually ends up with other aspects of your kitchen having to be updated or changed as well.
While it might seem like you’ve got a lot of work cut out for you, we’re here to help you get through the process smoothly. That’s why we’ve put together this 7-part guide.
Part 2/7 – Flooring