Short But Sweet

The work never stops around here! This was a lovely melamine kitchen that didn’t have anything wrong with it but the owners decided they wanted a brighter fresher look. As this was melamine there is no need for sanding, so no mess and no need to take the doors back to our workshop this time. After preparing the area and …

New MDF Kitchen

The owners of this kitchen in Edinburgh had new MDF shaker style doors made and fitted by their joiner. I was commissioned to paint them in Farrow&Ball Wimborne white. The doors were taken away to our workshop and as they were already bare MDF there was no need for sanding this time. Even though they were new doors there were …

Brightening up a melamine kitchen

Another kitchen in Edinburgh that we completed a few weeks ago. An oak effect melamine finish, prepared and primed with a specialist primer the finished in Farrow&ball ‘pointing’. I also prepared and painted the wall tiles in the same way(finished in purbeck stone). Great result, brightened up a small dark kitchen into somthing much brighter and open feeling.     …

Transformation of old oak kitchen

My remit was to transform this somewhat dull oak kitchen into a bright colourful look. All doors were removed, taken to my workshop where they we cleaned, sanded, primed then painted in Farrow&ball ‘green blue’. Doors all refitted and existing wooden handles refitted. Client was very happy with the result, all work carried out within one week.  

Kitchen cabinets finished in Farrow & Ball strong white.

A job in two parts

This job was in two parts really. Part one was to paint the surrounds of the cabinets that I painted the doors of a few months ago. The client wasn’t sure about painting the entire kitchen at the time but changed her mind. The cabinets are finished in F&B strong white with the mantle and plinths in moles breath. Part …