Kitchen with red painted walls

The kitchen is a very important room for families, like yours, to gather and make precious memories together. For this reason, it is vital that the room is comfortable and beautiful. A little fresh paint can make all the difference in the look and feel of your kitchen. While painting your kitchen can seem like a major undertaking, you are likely to see the benefits for years to come. Make the project successful by doing your research before the paint hits the wall. Follow a few tips before beginning your kitchen painting project to prepare and guide you in choosing the right kind and color of interior paint.

Prepping your kitchen for painting

Since the kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in your home, have a meal plan in place before you start painting. That could mean moving your microwave to another room and precooking meals so they are ready to reheat, or it could mean ordering out for a couple meals. Not only is eating in your kitchen while painting dangerous because of the fumes, but you also do not want to risk splattering food on your fresh paint.

Choosing a kitchen paint

Since you only have one kitchen, you want the right paint choice the first time around. Kelly-Moore offers a number of free tools to help you determine which paint type and color are best for you and your kitchen. If you are updating the look of your kitchen, the new Renewal Palette offers 30 one-of-a-kind color schemes designed to work around existing fixtures and furniture. This makes it an ideal reference if you are repainting a kitchen that already has cabinets, flooring and fixtures in place.

A quality paint can last for years and years to come, eliminating the need for constant touch-ups. If professional painters trust Kelly-Moore Paints, then you can rest assured that when you put your trust in them, you have made a wise decision.