One of the most expensive parts of remodeling a kitchen is purchasing new appliances. However, in many cases the appliances that you already have are in perfect working condition and simply don’t match the rest of the remodeled kitchen. Replacing those kitchen appliances with appliances that actually match your kitchen décor may also prove to be impossible.
Unlike in years past when kitchens were done in extremely sedate colors today’s kitchens often use bright and vibrant colors such as oranges, reds, and even varying shades of purple. Finding appliances in such colors is often impossible leaving those families who choose these brightly colored kitchens to either settle for white or stainless steel appliances. The alternative is to paint those kitchen appliances to match the rest of your kitchen décor. This is actually a wise decision whether or not you are choosing a bright color décor or simply want those old appliances to have a bright new look to match the rest of your new looking kitchen.
In many cases you paint those old kitchen appliances for less than $100.00 saving you thousands on purchasing new appliances while still creating the look you want in your kitchen. Whether you simply want that older model white refrigerator to have a face lift, or you are aiming for peach or cobalt blue appliances you can buy appliance pain to create the look you want for your kitchen.
It isn’t difficult to purchase appliance paint for kitchen. This paint can be found in most hardware or home improvement stores or you can purchase it online. There are also a wide variety of articles on the Internet that give you some great tips on painting your appliances and still having that just from the factory look. You need to keep in mind however, that if you are also painting your stove, you need to purchase heat resistant appliance paint in order to prevent melting, and chipping of the paint.
By choosing to paint rather than replace those kitchen appliances you can achieve the type of look you want in your kitchen without going over your home improvement budget. Best of all there is a certain sense of accomplishment in achieving the look you want yourself. You also have the added bonus of helping the environment as those appliances will be used longer which will cut down on the number of appliances being disposed of. What could be better than making your home look more beautiful and saving money and the environment in the process?
Sam B. Davis is a home improvement specialist living in Tambor beach in Costa Rica. He has worked in this country for over 5 years.