Kitchen cabinet painting in Flower Mound is a very popular project these days. Flower mound has so many lovely, custom ranch-style homes that were built in the early to mid-eightys. Some have galley kitchens, some have pass-through kitchens but almost all of them have the honey-oak stain on the oak kitchen cabinets. Combine the old honey-oak stain color with the dark colors that were so popular around 2005 to 2006 and you have the recipe for a dark, heavy-feeling kitchen. Painting the kitchen cabinets in Flower Mound or Argyle, TX will go a long way toward making the kitchen brighter and making it feel much larger. The kitchen and the kitchen cabinets are the ‘heart’ of the home… this is where the perceived value of your home starts and builds out. The kitchen has to look and feel perfect, and up-to-date. Painting kitchen cabinets is a popular service we offer and everyone has been delighted with the results.
The kitchen above is in Flower Mound and the home owner was ready for a change. We connected here with a master trim carpenter who added the 12 inch ‘uppers’ on top of the cabinets to take them all the way to the ceiling. We had already scraped the popcorn acoustic ceiling material and re-textured / repainted the ceiling before the carpenter installed the new cabinet uppers. We then began our three-day cabinet paint process to convert the old stain and the new, raw wood to painted cabinets. We used all Benjamin Moore paint products on this project. This homeowner selected Benjamin Moore ‘White Dove’ OC-17 color for the cabinets. We applied Satin Impervo oil enamel to all the interior and exterior surfaces. Top it off with some new ‘nickel’ hinges and pulls, paint the walls using Benjamin Moore ‘Gray Owl’ OC-52 and you’re all set to enjoy an updated, brighter kitchen. http://PaintFlowerMound.com