You may have wondered why having a kitchen professionally hand painted is different from a DIY job. The truth is that without many years of skill and knowledge in painting kitchens, your DIY painted kitchen could end up looking quite in tidy and messy. Many people have attempted to paint their own kitchens and have been left extremely disappointed by the streaky and uneven colours, making their kitchens look cheap and worn. By having your kitchen painted by a professional kitchen painter, your kitchen will look bright and have full coverage with no flaws, streaks or gaps.

By choosing to have your kitchen hand-painted by Jason Caley Kitchens North Yorkshire, you can achieve a stunning and flawless kitchen for you and your family to enjoy for many years to come. Our highly skilled painters have full knowledge of shade charts and colour wheels and can help you select the perfect colour for your new kitchen. Whether you prefer bold and striking colours or neutral and minimalistic shades, we can recommend a colour which best suits your personal tastes and compliments your kitchen. We also have experience in drying and curing times, so we can give you a realistic time frame on when your kitchen will be ready to use. All of our paints are of an extremely high standard and will not fade, yellow, chip or wear away over long periods of time, this
ensures that your kitchen will look beautiful and as good as new for many years. A professional hand-painted kitchen is a vital component for strong, long-lasting results. If your kitchen high in quality, why not ensure the paint job is high in quality too!

If you would like any more information about our stunning hand-painted kitchens, please contact us here at Jason Caley Kitchens. We can answer any questions you may have and give you expert advice and recommendations on colours schemes and the current colour trends. We currently cover North Yorkshire, Yorkshire and East Yorkshire and the surrounding towns and villages. We look forward to hearing from you today to start your kitchen project.