The kitchen is often considered to be the “hub” of most Northern Virginia homes. It is the most trafficked room in the house and after a while, it looks like it. Cabinets and drawers get scratched, marked up, and dented in the normal course of kitchen activities. The same goes for baseboards and pantries. Ceilings are exposed to years of steam and vapors from food preparation.
If your kitchen is showing its use, but not so bad that it needs a complete makeover, then it’s probably time to touch up those imperfections and restore the space to something resembling its original condition.
A kitchen touch up is a doable DIY project and you certainly don’t have to call in professional painters to do the job. However, Reston’s leading home painting company, All American Painting Plus, has some tips for the task that will ensure professional results.
If you are like most Northern Virginia families, you kept the leftover paint or stain originally used in the kitchen and it’s stored somewhere in the basement. We’ll give you a few tips on how to use that paint without making the touch ups obvious.
The last tip is to be patient and allow the paint to thoroughly dry before you evaluate your work.
If your cabinets have seen better days, you can quickly transform them by calling the residential painting pros at All American Painting Plus. Our professional painting crew will sand down and repair flaws, apply paint or stain, and install new hardware. Presto, you have “custom” cabinets without the expense of custom cabinets!
Give us a call today. We’re sure that you will be pleasantly surprised by our affordable painting estimate!
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