Kitchen painted in Tarporley Cheshire
Mark Roberts, Traditional Painter, recently completed this kitchen painted in Tarporley Cheshire.
The kitchen didn’t always look like this!
It has morphed from a traditional cream.
The beauty of a well made wooden kitchen is that you can repaint it many times, to reflect current tastes. We have been through every shade of cream, and recognised the emergence of a trend towards grey several years ago. Initially when asked by potential clients, what colours are popular, we would mention that Grey was fast muscling in on cream.
Who wants a grey kitchen?
Rest assured, it’s not all about Battleship Grey. Neutral kitchens can have colour.
Which grey came first?
The popular view is that Farrow and Ball have popularised a massive range of blue, green, pink and brown greys to suit every background. Interestingly, one of the first kitchens painted under the Traditional Painter flag was in Tarporley in 2011. The colour? Little Greene Paint Co’s “French Grey Pale”.
It is good to have colour choice! And for kitchen painters, it is even better nowadays to have the option to have our preferred enamel paints mixed in the client’s preferred colour.
This Tarporley kitchen was painted with Benjamin Moore Scuff-X eggshell
Mark is a big fan of the US paint, particularly the Scuff-X eggshell. We have developed a lot of experience of this extremely hard wearing paint within the Traditional Painter group.
The tall larder unit and the kitchen splash back are Old Navy(2063-10)
The kitchen units, utility units and the island are Deep Silver(2124-30)
What did the client think?
Thanks again for your great work, we are delighted with it.
Thanks for reading about this kitchen painted in Tarporley, Cheshire. If you would like to have your kitchen transformed, please contact Mark for a free, no-obligation quote. His profile page on Traditional Painter is here.
Send a photo of each run of units and focus on any particular areas of damage, and he can provide a very accurate price for budgeting.
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