Tired of the look of your old kitchen wall? Take a look at your cabinets and drawers? How about the kitchen worktops? And yes even the floor? Are you thinking about remodeling your whole kitchen?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, how exactly do you plan to remodel your kitchen? Are you planning to replace everything? Let me tell you now, that unless you have hundreds of bucks to spare then I suggest you look for a better route or take my advice.
Making your 30 year old kitchen fun, refreshing and up to date does not require too much cash. You just need good Kitchen Tile paint – ones that are designed for kitchen tiles and
A) Good paint crew that you can pay to paint your kitchen or
B) Good old fashion elbow grease.
If you choose option A then your only task would be to choose your Kitchen Tile Paint. Choosing paint is more work than you might think. You have to make sure that the tile paint for your kitchen is eye catching and unique but not absurd. The combination of colors should match all you appliances, plus the tile paint quality should really be good to ensure that it does not chip off.
Here are some of the things that you should look for in your Kitchen Tile Paint:
- Scratch proof
- Water resistant
- High Quality gloss finish
- Wide range of paint colors
Great kitchen Tile Paint can transform and update your boring old tiles right after the first coat.
Now if you choose option B then get ready for some good serving of exercise. Of course you still need to find your perfect Kitchen Tile Paint just like option A, plus some other materials.
The first step is cleaning: We need to ensure that all surfaces are clean and free of dust or paint. This sounds easier than it actually is. You need to scrape of all the previous layers of paint to ensure that your future Kitchen Tile Paint is free of lumps.
Applying the primer is next. Once the kitchen counters, cabinets and walls are clean. You need to apply the primer – it’s the base so that your Kitchen Tile Paint will have equal color hues all throughout. Note: Kitchen cabinets are much harder to paint than walls.
Then time for your kitchen to come to life. It’s time to paint on your Kitchen Tile Paint. Some kitchen tile paints do not need gloss it already has its own glossy effect, so the last step is not necessary.
Lastly, gloss. The gloss is the finishing touch. It allows your kitchen tile paint to show off its colors completely, finishing all the work.
A kitchen make over is certainly not an easy task but the end results will make it all worth it. To think, all you need is hard work and some good kitchen tile paint.
March 11, 2011 at 5:15 pm | Kitchen Design | No comment