Hueology Studio Kitchens

One of the most amazing transformations you can make with paint is on Kitchen Cabinets!

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I’ve painted many kitchens for friends and taught many students how to tackle the jobs themselves.  After telling people for 2 years “NO” when asked to do cabinets for others, I decided that I’d start saying “YES!”

It’s a big job and I can’t do it alone!  I’m super excited that my dear friend and fellow painter Shelley Vasquez has joined me in the endeavor.  Shelley has a great paint background and her fabulous hubby just so happens to own his own painting company Vasquez Painting….so I think it is a match made in heaven!

I will be posting before and after pictures of our kitchen makeovers as they take place….so be sure to follow on my InstaGram and Hueology Studio FaceBook Page to keep up with my projects!

I’ve also got a Kitchen Page going on Pinterest where I’m pinning some of my favorite looks to duplicate!

If you want a quote for having your cabinetry painted or anything else please e-mail me!

Here are a few more before and after Kitchen pictures of kitchens completedby Hueology Kitchens!

Burkitt kitchen - 12 of 19Before

Burkitt kitchen - 4 of 19After….read the blog post on this kitchen here

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IMG_6080After….and read more on the blog about this kitchen here

1 Comment on Hueology Studio Kitchens

  1. Aubrey
    February 26, 2015 at 2:06 pm (2 years ago)

    I’m wondering about using chalk paint on my cabinets. They are a cheap MDF with like a paper sort of veneer? Like in an older RV or a mobile home?
    I have planned to sand them a bit then use a bonding primer such as Zinsser or BIN then use paint on them. I like the look of chalk paint and am looking for a look very much like your own kitchen cabinets in grey.
    I have 4 small children and need something durable and wipeable.
    I’ve used polyurethane over chalk paint and polycrylic ( messy to work with too many drips etc), but not wax, from what I’ve read it isn’t the best choice for a high traffic area or piece?;)
    Any advice? Thanks

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