After painting for weeks in our new retail location there was one other spot that really needed attention. The kitchen. While perfectly fine, and in great condition, it did not match with our stores asthetic (and that just wont do of course). So, we bought some more paint. Cabinet paint, wall paint, hardware paint, and countertop paint. Cabinet doors came off, hardware and drawer fronts removed, tile and floor taped off, and alot of much appreciated help from various nieces and nephews running around - that will happen when you move your store to a family farm. Rather then rolling out paint for the cabinet doors we opted for spraying them. We set up some plastic tarp in the shop and made a makeshift paint booth. (Word of advice, be prepared for ALOT of overspray, and settling paint dust on ALL surrounding areas) We primed everything with two coats of Stick It primer, and sprayed two coats of paint color. While not the perfect or most proffessional job, we are very happy with the results. Definitely a cheaper option than buying a new kitchen! If you have any questions about the proccess or what we used, I'm happy to answer!
Cabinet Color: Benjamin Moore - Amherst Grey
Wall Color: Sherwin Williams - Alabster (Color matched with Beauti-Tone from our local Home Hardware)
Countertop Color: (coming just as soon as I can find my the can or color sample )
Cabinet Hardware: Rub'n'buff - European Gold