So I decided I would call Chameleon Painting to give me a bid. I was a little nervous because I hoped that it wouldn’t be too expensive. Mike, the owner, came to my home and met with me. He explained the process and then gave me a fair bid (it’s probably much cheaper than you think. If you’d like a bid on your kitchen text Mike at 801-915-5217 and tell him Karen from 365 Days of Slow Cooking sent you. Mike can usually give you a bid just by you telling him how many cupboard doors and drawer fronts you have). I was surprised to learn that he would be spraying the base of my cabinets right inside my home! I couldn’t imagine how they could do this without getting paint on EVERYTHING. But I figured he’s the pro and I’ll leave it up to him. He also told me that he would take the door and drawer fronts back to his shop for spraying. We made an appointment for a few weeks later for him and his team to get started.
After he was done spraying, the crew took down all the tape and coverings. Then they took my drawer and door fronts back to Mike’s shop to be returned in about a week’s time.
I chose to keep my island white like the rest of the kitchen, but I know that you can easily choose another color for the island, if you so choose.
I love how my black appliances look contrasted against the white paint!
So there you have it! I’d love to know what you think. I have so love my kitchen so far! Remember, if you’d like to get a bid from Mike at Chameleon Paining just go to his website here or text him at 801-915-5217.
I received a discount of painting services from Chameleon Painting in exchange for my blog post. All opinions are 100% my own.