One of the biggest benefits of having a kitchen that is hand-painted in-situ is that it gives the ability to test your colour in the space. See how the colour works with the light at different times of day, and with the other elements of the room – whatever shade you then pick will be the perfect one for your space.
Hand-painting a kitchen offers more advantages than a spray-painted one. Spray paint often looks plasticky, can’t be repaired if there’s any damage, and easily chips compared to hand-painting techniques. Using a brush means your kitchen will look natural after painting. It can also be repainted whenever it suits you in any colour you like. Of course, it takes longer to paint by hand, but the showroom-standard finish is undoubtedly worth the time and effort.