So if you are jumping on the kitchen paint job train for the first time, we are in the process of painting our cabinets for the second time. They were originally white, then we painted them black, now they are bright white with a grey island.
The garage became the painting den. Willie created a system where he could hang the cabinets and spray them. This was the best method in terms of getting the project done in a week and having perfect paint coverage.
Because the cabinets were going from dark to light, he sprayed primer on them twice. After they dried, he sanded any imperfections and sprayed the final coats of the paint. He did the same for the island. Black is a very forgiving color, white shows tons of imperfections that you cannot ignore, so this required an extra step, but a needed step.
Inside the kitchen, all the bases were primed and painted without a sprayer. We decided to spray the shelves and the interiors of the cabinets as well. Everything will look crisp and consistent.
I am excited to see the final product. We were away when we decided to do this because of the fumes, but I knew that it was a project that would be completed in more than capable skilled hands.