How do you paint your kitchen doors and drawers?
Answer: You come to us............ and we will hand or spray paint
your kitchen doors,drawers, plinth, cornice, light pelmet, end panels etc
GIVE YOUR KITCHEN A NEW FRESH LOOK!
We like to change your kitchen doors, but if you have good quality doors and want to keep them, another option is to
have them hand painted or re-sprayed.
Full kitchen door spray or hand painted refurbishment
We can now fully refurbish your kitchen by spray or hand painting the existing kitchen
doors,drawer fronts, plinths, cornice, light pelmet and all associated panels.
We sand and prepare your doors and then use a range of special de-greasers,primers and paints
to achieve a finish that is hard wearing and easily wiped clean. We try to get as good a finish as possible but sometimes it is not possible to get an "as new " factory finish, as many doors are several years old
and can absorb grease over time this can, even after de-greasing react with the paints so if you are looking for an "as new "finish this process will probably not be suitable for older wooden type doors
what it will do is freshen up your kitchen and extend the life of your doors.
If your doors are past it and are not suitable for painting we can supply you new replacement doors in vinyl
or solid wood and have them painted to your own individual colour from Farrow and Ball, Little Greene or any suitable colour swatch.
COLOUR MATCHING SERVICE on new doors!
You bring your colour and we'll match it!
We can paint most types of kitchen doors including MDF, Laminated, Vinyl and Solid wood.
This is a fairly low cost alternative to replacing your kitchen and it also limit the disruption to your home.
WE CAN SPRAY PAINT YOUR KITCHEN CABINET DOORS
ANY COLOUR YOU LIKE IN MATT OR GLOSS!
*Warning an exact colour match can not always be achieved as finishes, surface being painted and the type of paint can vary the colour.
If required we will make available the actual colour painted on one of your doors for approval before processing your order.
The final finish is dependent on the quality and condition of the original door.