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Re-Painting Kitchen Units

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by HenryGregory, 1 May 2020.

  1. HenryGregory

    HenryGregory

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    Lots of people are re-painting their kitchen units to modernise their kitchens.
    I bought my house off-plan 1.5 years ago. The kitchen and house are 1.5 years old and I have always thought that the kitchen looks quite dated.

    Seems too new to tear out and go to the expense of getting a new one, so I have been thinking about re-painting the units but not sure if it would be possible as the carcasses are all the same colour both on the sides, bottom, top and inside edges. The shelves are white but that is it.

    What do you think? Also, the black worktops are going to limit my colour choices.

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  3. dvdskilton

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    really dont even try you will end up with a kitchen that looks like someone painted why not try painting the walls to change the look have look on google images at oak style kitchen cupboards and look at what other people have done you could also think about the changing the floor and blind and you could even change the handles
     
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