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50 shades of grey, white, cream?- Revitalize Resprays

by | Mar 11, 2022 | Revitalize Blog

If you’ve ever wandered around a B and Q, or a Homebase, and ended up in the paint aisles, you’ll know what an incredible choice you have. You can pick Dulux, Crown, Valspar, Farrow and Ball, plus an array of own brand and trade paints.

When you’ve quite done with the sample cards with hundreds of small rectangles of colour, you can even have your own colour mixed up. Here at Revitalize Resprays we have never been in, obviously, and counted or sat at home and calculated online. But we think it’s a fair guess to state that there are thousands of colour permutations available.

And yet.

If you look at a kitchen showroom, whether independent or in somewhere like John Lewis or IKEA, choices of colours are limited. You can pick from various veneered wood types that vary in lightness from beech to light oak to walnut, and you may even have a choice of trendy colours, like a red or blue but these may not be readily available.

Our point is though is that your current kitchen may already be in decent condition and you’re reluctant to spend £10,000 and more on a replacement.

Additionally those colours you hanker after on swatches are all within easy reach with this Manchester kitchen respray company.

You see the choice is only as limited as your imagination – because we can revitalize your units in any colour or colours you want.

Say you want to add warmth and light to a kitchen that is scratched and peeling in a dark oak. You may be well advised to pick a white paint with grey hues – like these you see from Farrow and Ball here.

If you want something bolder in a big space, you could opt for red like the ones suggested here.

Why you should choose Revitalize Resprays, Manchester

Now there’s no doubt that our services are proving very popular across Manchester and the north west and this is for many reasons:

  1. Affordability – revitalizing your kitchen with a respray from Bryan and Lee, two trusted professionals, is far more affordable than a new kitchen.
  2. Convenience – instead of paying thousands for a new kitchen along with a new floor as your old one may not look right or “sit correctly”, your doors and drawers are carefully removed for a week or so for repairs and resprays.
  3. Time – you may be asked by a kitchen fitter to wait 6 months or more and when the job starts, you’re probably going to be left for a while for new units. You may need additional electrics, walls skimming and new plumbing points, as well as new blinds to complement these. Instead of a 10 day refurbishment with us, your wait and wallet could stretch for a long time.

If your kitchen is tired and needs an upgrade, let us at Revitalize Resprays look at and quote for it. You can read more about the process here. Doors and drawers are repaired and resprayed.

In the colour you want – and not the limited colours offered by a kitchen manufacturer.


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