Painted cabinets are a hot item in kitchen remodeling. While stained cabinets remain popular, many homeowners are considering all painted cabinets or a mixture of the two. In recent years, the paint color selection has gotten much larger and cabinet manufacturers have taken note. Our cabinet manufacturers are now offering all of the Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore colors in stock, semi-custom and custom cabinets.
There are many advantages to purchasing painted cabinets. Cabinet manufacturers have the ability to do what is called a “custom color match”. This means that, for a fee, they will create a sample of the color swatch you choose if it is not a regularly stocked color. Cabinet manufacturers are also able to do a baked-on catalyzed finish, which leaves a much more durable product than doing it yourself or having a company come and spray your cabinets. There is nothing wrong with having your cabinets sprayed or painting them yourself, but understand that you may be limited in your color selections to what is available for the sprayers and the finished product will not be as durable as a factory-painted finish.
If you are looking to completely remodel your kitchen and are considering painted cabinets, visit a kitchen showroom and look at the painted cabinet door samples. If possible, ask to see the matte and satin finish of the same color so you can compare. The matte finish is typically used on more traditional cabinet designs, while the gloss can be more contemporary.
If you are considering a kitchen remodel, Kitchen Kraft, located in Columbus, Ohio is your one-stop shop. We handle everything from plumbing, electrical, framing, demolition, drywall, carpentry, and flooring and eliminate the need to hire multiple remodeling contractors. Our designers not only design your dream kitchen, but also aesthetically put it together without having to hire other contractors. We are at your side every step of the way to ensure your project unfolds the way it was intended. Your satisfaction is our goal. Contact us today!