There are many types of finishes you can get when buying a kitchen – wooden, laminate, spray-painted and hand-painted kitchens. This blog asks the question, why get a hand-painted kitchen?
I overheard two women talking in the paint shop about how expensive hand-painted kitchens can be, and one woman said to the other “You pay for the brush marks”. Well, this could not be further from the truth, as a properly hand-painted kitchen should have very few and fine brush strokes, if any!
When a kitchen is spray-painted, you look at the kitchen and see just that, a spray-finished kitchen. Now there’s nothing wrong with that at all, but put next to the hand-painted units of a hand-painted kitchen, there is no comparison.
A hand-painted kitchen has several coats applied, each by hand, and with every coat you get a certain depth; which one can only get by thinly applying paint layer after layer, creating a certain visual warmth that can only be obtained by this process.