Give Your Cincinnati Kitchen a New Look with Interior Painting
Kitchen interior painting is a fast and inexpensive home improvement. It also makes you feel better. That's important in a space where you spend a lot of time in and pass through every day. Painting kitchen walls offers fresh, clean, and attractive results for years to come.
Many times, updating one element of your kitchen's style brings other areas into glaring focus. For instance, cabinet painting looks amazing and costs thousands less than cabinet replacement. But, restored, modernized cabinets may have your walls crying for attention.
3 Big Benefits of Kitchen Interior Painting
- Wear and Tear
Your kitchen is one of the most used rooms in your house. In the past, kitchens were designated for cooking. Now, they also offer storage, eating and entertainment spaces, a homework or TV nook, and even home office areas. Look closely and you'll see the signs of overuse on your walls and ceiling.
- Color Change
Design trends change as the years go by. Do you remember harvest gold and avocado green kitchens of the 70s? These colors were all the rage back then! Ideally, the paint colors and accessories in your kitchen should reflect both your personality and your lifestyle. Give the room the look you really want with professional interior painting.
- Resale Value
According to Zillow, the most common home improvement projects that sellers complete to prepare their home for sale are interior painting, carpet cleaning, and landscaping. Updating the kitchen is proven to help sell your home faster and often for a higher sales price.
Popular Kitchen Wall Paint Colors
Choosing paint colors can be tricky depending on lighting and other features in the house, such as cabinets and flooring. Ask about a meeting with our paint color consultation stylist.
Some popular kitchen paint colors in the Cincinnati area include:
A classic and timeless color, white can brighten up any kitchen and create a fresh look.
There are literally hundreds of shades of white to choose from, and they don't always coordinate well with each other or other paint colors. Pay attention to undertones and LRV (Light Reflective Value) when selecting white kitchen paint.
A popular favorite color of Cincinnati homeowners, blue creates a relaxing and welcoming environment in your kitchen.
A refreshing and natural color, green can bring the outdoors inside and create a sense of tranquility.
For example, the soft gray-green tones of Sherwin-Williams Cascade Green are a beautiful backdrop for your new white cabinets.
A virbant, living color like green paired with white painted cabinets ensures the room never feels stark or sterile.
The color yellow is said to stimulate mood and appetite which is why it's a popular color choice of restaurants.
Yellow inspires happiness, positivity and warmth, making it a practical choice for a space dedicated to gathering.
Red stirs up the appetite like no other color. And, in many cultures, it's considered the color of good fortune. These are two compelling reasons to use red in your kitchen.
For a rustic or Tuscan-themed kitchen, use an organic shade like Burning Bush paired with neutrals. Vibrant, pinkish Cranberry Splash looks cheerful with white. A sophisticated shade like PPG Happy Trails is gorgeous for any space.
An Affordable Kitchen Upgrade
Painting your kitchen walls may be all that's needed to give the space a boost. Or save yourself time and money by arranging interior kitchen painting at the same time as your cabinet refinishing or kitchen makeover project.
It may be time to install that backsplash you've always wanted, too. It's another budget-friendly way to protect your walls and add character to the room.
We guarantee our work and your satisfaction for a full year, and eliminate the hassles of doing-it-yourself. Contact Cincinnati Cabinet Refinishing today for your free at-home estimate.
Cincinnati Kitchen Painting Service Area
Amberley Village, Blue Ash, Cleves, Colerain Township, Delhi Township, East Walnut Hills, Fairfield, Finneytown, Forest Park, Hamilton, Harrison, Hyde Park, Indian Hill, Kenwood, Lebanon, Liberty Township, Loveland, Madeira, Maineville, Mariemont, Mason, Milford, Montgomery, Mount Adams, Mount Healthy, Mount Lookout, Ross, Springboro, Springdale, Symmes Township, West Chester Township, and Wyoming, Ohio.