Perfect Painter Toronto Logo
Serving All Of Toronto And The GTA
CALL US (416) 477-1400
Mon - Fri: 08:30 - 17:30

BLOG

A Kitchen Painting Job is much more than painting the Walls

A Kitchen Painting Job is much more than painting the Walls
Posted By
February 14, 2017 - 0 comment

When you think of giving a new color to the kitchen, do not restrict your imagination to the walls. There are several other things in the kitchen that need a fresh coat of paint. Hire an experienced painter who will be able to give proper attention to the entire kitchen space and not just the walls.

A kitchen painting job doesn’t mean choosing a paint that can handle water, soap and grease. It is not limited to selecting white or eggshell color for the walls and a dark shade for the cabinets. For a dream kitchen, you need to consider each and every aspect of the kitchen space. Here are a few tips to help you get started with the process:

  • Ditch the Boring Brown Floor

The kitchen floor need not be brown. You can paint the wooden floor with the color of your choice. Usually, homeowners prefer the shades of white and yellow because they make the room look airy and light.

You can also personalize the floor with stencils. When it comes to stencils, the choices are endless! Choose a small geometric pattern or opt for a floral theme, the choice is yours. Remember that stencils are difficult to maneuver. So, hire a painter who has knowledge of creating unique designs with stencils.

  • Pay Attention to the Ceiling

A kitchen is where you will spend most of your time. And, if you want to have a reminder of the outdoors, you can paint the ceiling with blue hues. Don’t ignore the ceiling. You can create a beautiful effect by painting the walls of the kitchen with shades of white and adding a bright color to the ceiling. If you are concerned about the color choices, hire a color consultant who will help you make the right decision.

  • Paint the Kitchen Furniture

Have you invested in kitchen stools? Have you started disliking its colors? You need not get rid of them. Simply, get rid of the color.  Add a bright color to the kitchen stools and make it a conversation piece among your guests.

While painting the kitchen, do not ignore the kitchen island. You can choose a color for the island that blends with the other aspects of the kitchen. It will create a harmony of colors and ensure that you no longer have a boring kitchen island in the middle of your cooking area.

You can also paint the dining table and chairs in fresh new colors to brighten the kitchen. It will help you to eliminate the excess use of brown color in the kitchen. When you paint the furniture, remember to use semi-gloss paint and satin paint because they are easy to clean.

  • Don’t let Backsplash escape your Memory

Painting the backsplash in a solid color is easy. But, if you want to create a look of faux tiles; you need to hire an experienced painter. Make sure that you think of the kitchen cabinets and make a well-thought decision. If the cabinets are light in color, you can go for a darker backsplash.

If you are interested in adding drama, ask the painter to stencil a design or a quote on the backsplash. It is the perfect way of customizing the kitchen without spending a fortune.

  • Don’t Forget the Cabinets

In the olden days, homeowners often choose a simple brown color for the kitchen cabinets. It gave them the impression of wood. But, today homeowners are experimenting with different colors and textures. However, they miss out on the interior of the kitchen cabinets.  If the kitchen cabinets have glass doors, do not think that the interior surface of the cabinets should be white in color. You can select a vibrant color for the interior surface and make it eye-catching.

Another way of creating a unique look for the kitchen is using contrasting colors for the cabinets. Ask the painter to paint the lower cabinets in a dark shade and the upper ones in lighter colors to create the illusion of space.

Undertaking a kitchen painting job means considering each and every aspect of the kitchen. If you just focus on the walls, it will be a half-hearted effort on your part. And, it will not lead to a great-looking kitchen. So, make sure that you incorporate all the aspects in your plan before beginning the painting work.

If you are looking for an experienced home painter who is involved in painting kitchen cabinets, floor, backsplash and each and every part of the kitchen, hire Perfect Painters. Toronto’s best painters will help you in modernizing the kitchen space and make it beautiful.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *