Hand Painted Kitchen – Before & After

Following on from my previous blog posting; Hand Painted Kitchen, Lichfield Staffordshire. I thought that it might be useful to see a few Before & After photographs to further illustrate the difference a Hand Painted finish can make to a tired and dated kitchen.

All work was carried out on site, using the latest and best in “dust free” sanding technology, the finest paints and the very best in materials.

My clients were consulted throughout the duration of the project… additionally, the kitchen was available for full use at the end of each working day.

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My clients were amazed by the results of my hard work, and felt moved enough to send me a testimonial:

“Having taken the step to bring new life to our worn out, old pine kitchen of yesteryear, it was with a little apprehension that we awaited the outcome. We couldn’t have made a better decision than to employ Martin Guest to make this transformation.

From the outset it was clear that Martin is a true craftsman and a “Master of his Art”. His knowledge, immaculate work and attention to detail is second to none. Martin is never happy until every little element is perfect. In addition he was a pleasure to have around. Very polite, always punctual and a very tidy worker.

We are thrilled with our new kitchen and can’t believe the difference it has made. We cannot thank or recommend Martin highly enough.”

For further information about my work and how I go about it, please visit my website;

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Martin Guest, Traditional Painter for the West Midlands.

Photography courtesy of Steve Saunderson 

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