Walnut Creek Painting

Kitchen Painting

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Kitchen Painting Walnut Creek

Kitchen remodeling involves more details and planning than any other room of your home. Our planning and design work is precise, with wall and cabinetry measurements to the quarter inch, and esthetically perfected in any style that you like. Smaller or unusually-shaped kitchens may require custom remodeling to make the best use of your available space. Large, luxury kitchens also require the most careful remodel designing to make them as functional and esthetically rewarding as possible. A thorough knowledge of materials and their applications, coupled with skilled installation techniques, is essential to carry out a fine design and assure the durability that you deserve in your renovation. It is our policy to provide every client with extensive guidance and design services. We prefer to spend as much time up front as needed to assure you the highest level results.

Sometimes referred to as the heart of the home, the kitchen is a place to prepare and cook food and, depending on the size, can be used to eat and entertain guests. In Ancient Greek homes, this room was a central open air patio but it was not until around 1800 that the stove, which enclosed fire completely, made cooking indoors possible. As technology advances, so do kitchens' design and efficiency. The introduction of the kitchen island has lent more flexibility to the positioning of the kitchen cabinets and kitchen sink, and helped make open plan kitchens and dining rooms a reality.

Transitional kitchens are unique in that they allow you a wide variety of decorating options. The only rule when putting together a transitional space is to please yourself. You can mix styles when implementing all areas of kitchen remodeling, colors and textiles to create the perfect kitchen. It has to be neither modern nor traditional and yet, it can be both. When you are finished you will have something that is uniquely your own. Think outside the box by using recycled items in your kitchen. These pieces can serve as art or as functional pieces of furniture. A child's ladder-back chair can be hung on the wall and serve as a shelf for cookbooks. A collection of wine corks can be arranged in a frame and hung in your kitchen or used in smaller frames as trivets. Concrete countertops are popular, but you can set yours apart from the rest by having them stained in red or blues that contrast nicely with most decor. Hardware can turn whimsical when you use jewel toned glass pulls and knobs. Revive those old doilies and handkerchiefs left to you by your grandparents by draping them over curtain rods and turning them into sentimental window toppers.