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Accessorising your kitchen

Having completed a kitchen painting project in West Yorkshire, and been sent some fantastic pics by the clients once the kitchen had been ‘dressed’, I thought I’d write a little Blog with some thoughts on accessorising your kitchen after having it hand painted.

Obviously the biggest change to any kitchen cabinets is having them painted. This completely transforms the whole look and feel of the room, and all at a fraction of the price of having them ripped out and replaced, but here are other things that can be done to to give your kitchen that ‘wow factor’ makeover. 

There are the obvious things like new tiles, new floor, new worktops, a change in lighting, handles, and painting the walls in a complimentary colour, but often it’s the other littler changes or additions that can make a big statement. Adding a splash of colour (in this case mustard) with new soft furnishings, a colourful kettle and toaster set, new tea towels, chopping boards or even oven mitts can personalise your kitchen and really make it pop and is well worth thinking about.

Kitchen painting West Yorkshire
Hand painted oak kitchen, Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
The completed hand painted oak kitchen, West Yorkshire
Mustard coloured accessories really make this newly painted kitchen special
Oak kitchen in West Yorkshire, hand painted in a two tone grey colour scheme.
Hand painted oak kitchen in West Yorkshire. Painted in a two tone grey colour scheme with mustard coloured accessories to bring a pop of colour.

If you are interested in having your kitchen or furniture painted then please contact Lee on 07808 989 856 or by e-mail

Lee works throughout Yorkshire as a kitchen cabinet painter and is within easy reach for kitchen painting projects in Harrogate, Ripon, Wetherby, Leeds, Otley, The Yorkshire Dales, York, Wakefield, Halifax and all the surrounding areas.