The kitchen is where memories are made and time is spent with family. It’s also the area where mistakes can be made from a design standpoint if you’re not careful.
If you have your dream kitchen in mind, leave it in the hands of the highest quality methods—like Custom Color Cabinet Painting from N-Hance. Plus, this service is affordable enough to fit within virtually any remodeling budget.
Here are some of the most common cabinet painting mistakes, and how they can be avoided with an N-hance Factory Quality Finish.
#1 – Selecting The Wrong Cabinet Color
Avoid the temptation to pick too trendy of cabinet color. Instead, stick with something more neutral like a natural wood stain, white, beige, grey, or a muted navy blue.
These tones will be easier to pair a variety of decor with, soothing for your guests, plus better for your home’s resale value.
And remember, you don’t have to sacrifice fun pops of color. Use your cabinets as a more neutral canvas, then add brighter colors in less-permanent ways like dishes, barstools, window treatments, or rugs.
#2 – Not Being Mindful Of Square Footage
Don’t forget to take the square footage of your kitchen into consideration when choosing a color. Dark cabinets will make a space look smaller, while lighter cabinets, backsplashes, and countertops can open up a space and make it feel larger.
#3 – Not Considering The Time Required
Painting cabinets may take more time than you might expect, especially if you try to tackle this project yourself. However, having an N-Hance professional do the work for you can save you precious time and make sure your cabinet refinishing project is done right.
#4 – Not Cleaning And Prepping Cabinets Properly
This is arguably the most important step in the cabinet refinishing process. Removing dirt, grease, and build up from your cabinets is essential to make sure your new cabinet finish goes on smooth and lasts for years to come.
By choosing a professional who specializes in cabinet painting, you can rest assured knowing your cabinets are thoroughly ready for refinishing with the use of the right cleaning solution and method.
#5 – Using Primer And Paint Not Intended For Cabinets
Many refinishers use latex primer and paint intended for walls, not cabinets. This paint isn’t durable enough for cabinets and doesn’t always go on smooth.
N-Hance has hundreds of custom cabinet colors for you to choose from in our acrylic-polyurethane blend that resists scratching, chipping, and peeling. Plus, we instantly cure cabinets using UV light so they’ll be ready for regular use immediately with a factory quality finish.
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