Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

I was trying to decide if black is the new white (because all-white kitchens have been a thing for a while now), or if black is the new black (because black is timeless and classic), but I’m afraid I only ended up confusing myself when it comes to black kitchen cabinets. That’s right. Black kitchen cabinets. They’re a thing, and not a rare or exclusive thing, either.
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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

As you may remember from this post (where I painted the insides of my cabinets with chalkboard paint), I mentioned that I had just re-painted my cabinets. That was true. When we first moved into this house, the kitchen cabinets had already been painted. It was the worst paint job ever. EVAH. There were heavy brushstrokes everywhere and the spraypainted hinges and hardware were rusty and gross. It was a mess.
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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo PRO Aqua Kitchen and Bath Design Center Both black and white kitchen cabinets are such classics, but it seems that this year is a little bit heavier on the black option and it seems it’s going to continue to be like that in the year to come. More and more people step into our showroom in search for dark cabs and, inspired by these requests, we’ve analyzed how to actually achieve bold statement with black kitchen cabinets in our article. Like September 3, 2016 at 4:21AM
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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Rated 5 out of 5 by Kar from Excellent Product I’ve never painted cabinets before, but with NuVo they look professionally done! My cabinets were painted a weird light gray/lavender color that just was not pleasing with the brushed nickel backsplash and stainless steel appliances. I have 16 doors, and 9 drawers in my kitchen and also an island that backs up to a wall. I was able to get 2 coats on everything and still have about a quarter of the 2nd can left. Two coats was perfect, even going from an almost white color to black. I Highly recommend taking the doors off the hinges along with any handles or knobs. Use 220 grit sandpaper at first, whip clean and dry, lay your first coat and in about 45 minutes to an hour, scuff with 300 grit and add your second coat. Please be aware this is a process. It took me 4 days for this project, but it was well worth it. I’d also recommend some knee pads and artist brushes for those tight spots. Once you’re done I’m sure you’ll love the results of this product. Date published: 2017-03-21
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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Remove all the doors and drawers from the cabinets. Remove the hardware, such as handles and knobs from the doors and drawers. Remove all the hinges. It is advisable to buy new hardware for your cabinets.Wipe all the cabinets clean with warm water and cleanser. Your aim is to remove stains and grease from the surfaces.Dry all the cabinets with a dry cloth. Make sure they’re dry before you proceed to the next step.Sand down all the surfaces with sandpaper until they’re smooth. This will ensure that the primer will adhere.Wipe off all the surfaces with a dry cloth, removing any dust particles that may be left from the sanding.Apply primer to all the cabinets. Primer bonds with the cabinet surface and ensures that the paint will adhere to the cabinets and won’t peel or chip.Allow the primer to dry overnight.Paint the interior of the cabinets. When you’re done, start painting the outside of the cabinet. Make short strokes with the brush. The strokes should all go in the same direction. Make sure all the areas are well covered by the paint.Let the paint dry overnight.If all the surfaces are not covered well, it may be necessary to apply a second coat .
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Black Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Urrutia Design If your kitchen isn’t doused in natural light, but you’d still like to explore the idea of black cabinets, bring in other light-reflecting materials. The white upper cabinets, stainless steel appliances and hardware and the texture created by the white grout and black backsplash tiles work beautifully with the black cabinets.
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If your kitchen isn’t doused in natural light, but you’d still like to explore the idea of black cabinets, bring in other light-reflecting materials. The white upper cabinets, stainless steel appliances and hardware and the texture created by the white grout and black backsplash tiles work beautifully with the black cabinets.
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For a large kitchen with many cabinets, consider placing an island with black cabinets in the center, and then make the rest of the cabinets white. This will give you a clean, contemporary look without going totally dark or overwhelming the senses. A splash of color, like red mixed in with the black, makes for a dramatic, fun look as well.
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Black-and-white kitchen cabinets help give your kitchen a clean contemporary look, whereas a subdued gray will give you something more elegant and calming to tone down the drama of the black. Too much black, as with too much of any color, can be overwhelming. It really is all in the statement you want to make and the tone and feel you want to convey in the room.
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elegueller arquitetos Wallpaper in the kitchen will always make a splash, but paired with black cabinets, the dose of drama is exponentially higher. Black cabinets also create a great backdrop for unique hardware, as this gorgeous jewel box of a kitchen shows.
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Wallpaper in the kitchen will always make a splash, but paired with black cabinets, the dose of drama is exponentially higher. Black cabinets also create a great backdrop for unique hardware, as this gorgeous jewel box of a kitchen shows.
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Step One // Pro Secrets for Painting Kitchen Cabinets Prep the Room Photo by Brian Wilder (inset) Before starting a kitchen paint job, empty the cabinets, clear off the counters, and remove freestanding appliances. Relocate tables and other furniture to another room. Tape rosin paper over the countertops and flooring, and tape plastic sheeting over the backsplash, windows, fixed appliances, and interior doorways (to protect the rest of the house from dust and fumes). Mask off the wall around the cabinets. Finally, set up a worktable for painting doors, drawers, and shelves. Pro Tip: In kitchens the key to a good paint job is surface prep. “Old cabinets are covered with everything from hand oils to greasy smoke residue to petrified gravy,” says Dee. “You’ve got to get all that off or the paint won’t stick.”
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Step Twelve // Pro Secrets for Painting Kitchen Cabinets Hang Cabinets to Dry Between Coats Photo by Brian Wilder Painting cabinet doors is a trade-off between perfection and speed. John Dee, a perfectionist, prefers to do one side at a time, keeping the faces flat so they don’t get runs. But that’s 48 hours of drying time per door—one day per side. Here’s his method for painting both sides in a day. Twist two screw hooks into holes drilled in an inconspicuous door edge (the lower edge for bottom cabinets, the upper edge for top cabinets). Paint the door’s outside face as above. Let it dry for an hour while resting flat, then tilt the door up onto its hooks and put a drywall screw into an existing hardware hole. Hold the tilted door up by the screw and paint the door’s back side. When you’re done painting, pick up the door by the screw and one hook and hang both hooks on a sturdy wire clothes hanger. Suspend from a shower curtain rod or clothes rod until the door is dry.

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