A selection of my recent kitchen door refinishing projects
We repainted this stained cherry kitchen in Bramhall to match Farrow and Ball’s Purbeck Stone.
High quality single piece MDF doors previously finished in ivory and cream were beginning to show signs of cosmetic wear in this house in Didsbury. We prepared and paint sprayed to match Farrow and Ball’s Worsted and sanded back and reoiled Iroko wooden work tops.
We repainted this oak kitchen and all it’s carcass lipping to match Farrow and Ball’s Mizzle. Some of the work was done in situ and some at our workshop in Tameside. We spent two days at the house painting the woodwork and reassembling the cabinets.
Kitchen repainted in two varying shades of grey to match Farrow and Ball’s Purbeck Stone and Mole’s Breath. The glass fronted cabinet doors were replaced with solid panels.
The lipping on the worktops of this kitchen in Romiley were made of oak so sanding back and relacquering along with the addition of new chrome handles brought this old kitchen back to life.
This existing kitchen in Macclesfield was beautifully transformed with a Pavillion Grey spray finish, new quartz worktops and quality chrome knobs.
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