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Hand Painted Kitchen Preston, Lancashire

I travel all over the North West of England, including Preston, Lancashire, even abroad to paint the perfect kitchen. I had the pleasure of this commission in Great Eccleston, a lovely little village where everyone seems to know each other and their business. It’s a real tight community and rare …

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Hand Painted Kitchen Stockport – Marple Bridge

This Kitchen was originally waxed pine. In the preparation stage, it was important to get off all of the wax using a powerful degreaser. Once I got rid of the wax, I then primed it twice with Zinsser BIN which was let down a little with methylated spirits to avoid …

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Hand Painted Kitchen Wilmslow

Here is an example of what can be done with a dated oak kitchen. The client wasn’t prepared to rip out the old kitchen for something that probably would not be the same build quality as this solid oak kitchen. I recommended French Grey by Little Paint and Paper Library. …

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Hand Painted Kitchen Manchester

This was an oak kitchen with oak grain running through it. (Completed photos below.) The client had bought the house for the kitchen and it’s layout. Unfortunately it was too dark and absorbing light. That’s where I came in. This kitchen was really solid. I specified Paint and Paper Library’s …

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Hand Painted Kitchen and Furniture in Didsbury

This project was not only challenging, but fun! The kitchen had been built and primed ready for painting. When you want durability it is always vital to find out what the primer is on the surface prior to applying top coats. If in doubt- prime with your favourite primer.   …

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