Posts filed under: Cabinet Refinishing

If you’re picking a paint color for your home, first browse online for some inspiration photos, right?  Yes, but that’s only a starting point!  Finding photos online can point you in the right direction, but it won’t get you to...
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If you want a fresh, white kitchen, selecting the right white kitchen paint color for your cabinets can be massively frustrating! So much so, in fact, that many of our clients opt for our complimentary color consulting services, to take...
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What does kitchen cabinet painting cost?  We sat down with our San Antonio team to discuss our painting process and estimate some ballpark figures based on a small, medium, and large set of kitchen cabinets.     You can view our...
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We’re so honored to have one of our wallpaper installations and cabinet painting projects featured in this Houzz article, that we just had to share it!  And we are tickled pink (orange?) by the playful and cheery design selections by...
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We’re often asked whether we recommend painting kitchen cabinets before or after the new countertops and backsplash are installed.  You might be worried about damaging the freshly-painted cabinets during new counter or tile installation.  But maybe you’re itching for an updated kitchen...
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Painting crown molding is usually straightforward – just paint it the same color as the rest of the trim or woodwork in the room (the baseboards, door casings, and window sills).  But if we’re painting kitchen cabinets in a new color,...
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We wanted to show you one of our favorite examples of how white cabinets will transform a space!  This small kitchen, in a lovely hundred-year-old home in a historic neighborhood, was completely transformed when Paper Moon Painting refinished the cabinets in...
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Okay, so you decided your kitchen needs a facelift, and “painting cabinets” is first on your list.  You thought your Uncle Gene said that he left you some “fracking land”, but it just sounded like that with his  south Texas accent....
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