Painting kitchen cabinets versus staining kitchen cabinet…what should you do?
When you choose to paint your kitchen cabinets, you can choose any color you like! And when your cabinets are professionally painted, they can look brand new.
Painting Kitchen Cabinets
Painting kitchen cabinets is a great option, particularly if you do not like the look of wood. We can paint your cabinets white, black, gray, or any other color. Really, any color! You can let your imagination go wild and pick the exact hue you want, matching, complementing, or contrasting with other colors in the room.
Also, one of the big benefits of paint over stain is that paint tends to hide dust better, particularly if you choose a light paint color.
Thanks to our multi-step cabinet painting process, you can expect high-quality that will stand up over time. Before we ever apply paint (which is a special cabinet paint), we clean, prep, caulk, sand, buff, and prime your cabinets. We prep and hand paint the cabinet boxes (frames) in place. We remove the cabinet doors and drawers and prep and spray paint them in our warehouse.
Staining Kitchen Cabinets
Staining kitchen cabinets is the better choice if you love the look and grain of your cabinet wood. Stained cabinets tend to look more traditional than painted cabinets, which can also make them look dated. Also, if you choose stain over paint, you will be limited in your color choices, but you can choose the finish (e.g. matte, semi gloss, or gloss).
Because the cost of kitchen cabinet painting and kitchen cabinet staining is similar, it really comes down to the look you’d prefer.
Please note that we only offer cabinet painting services, not staining, because we feel that we can produce a more consistent, higher quality, finished product.
For more information about cabinet painting versus staining, or to schedule your free estimate, please call (303) 222-0110, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.