Should you paint before or after remodeling a kitchen?

When remodeling a kitchen, it makes sense to paint in the final stages, especially since new cabinets will be installed. Some items are best left for after the painting process, but in most cases you'll want to minimize the risk of damaging fresh surfaces. The installation of the cabinets must be done after painting. This allows the painter to do the job cleaner and eliminates any concern about the possibility of paint coming into contact with the new cabinets.

Painting a clear space is easier to achieve flawless results. Painting before installing the cabinet also allows you to solve any texture or drywall problems. Most professional painters use a sprayer to paint a large room and it's not easy to completely cover and mask the cabinets, but touching up any scratch or scratch on the paint is much easier. There are several factors that influence the painting program.

The most important one relates to the type of home renovation or improvement you are doing. In most cases, we suggest not painting first.

Mario Krakowsky
Mario Krakowsky

Mario is a dedicated writer with over 15 years of experience in home remodeling, possesses an innate passion for transforming spaces and giving life to homes. His deep industry knowledge, coupled with practical insights, has made him a trusted source of inspiration for DIY enthusiasts and professional remodelers alike.