Kitchen Cabinets Collingwood
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Choosing a paint color can sometimes be an overwhelming task. It’s a big decision, and one that you want to get right, so that you don’t have painter’s remorse after spending all of that time, money and energy painting a room (or rooms). Given that I work with paint on a regular basis, and many homeowners are doing other renovations while I’m painting cabinets, not to mention that I have painted just about every room in my entire home at least once, I thought it would be worthwhile to share some of my favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors. Don’t worry, we’ll do Sherwin Williams on another day.
I will readily admit that I’m drawn to Benjamin Moore’s colors more than most. I use them a lot, I’m comfortable with them, I know them, I have many of them in my own home.
Balboa Mist is a light, warm gray and super versatile as a result. It’s pretty on walls, cabinetry and even furniture. A great light and neutral backdrop for pops of color, and is still warm and welcoming.
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I used Balboa Mist in my daughter’s room for one of my One Room Challenge projects, and I still love that it’s a nice neutral backdrop that will work as her tastes change over the years.
Here you can see Balboa Mist on a bathroom vanity. Still light and bright, without being white.
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It’s a perfect color for a tone on tone look as well. This tranquil bedroom is a stunner (not to mention that gorgeous paneled wall and that view).
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Here you can see Balboa Mist as a stunning backdrop against this beautiful staircase and warm hardwood floors.
I find myself drawn toward the warm grays, regardless of the shade. Gettysburg Gray is more of a mid-tone gray, but still a warm gray that plays well with other colors and doesn’t feel at all cold.
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Gettysburg Gray also looks beautiful with crisp white trim and accents, like in this shiplap walled bathroom.
Kendall Charcoal is darker gray that I have always loved. So many times, I’ve found photos of a paint color that caught my eye, and sure enough, it was Kendall Charcoal.
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It’s another great wall color for a high contrast look. This hallway is so striking with the white artwork against the Kendall Charcoal gray walls.
Kendall Charcoal works beautifully as an accent color, as it was used in this pretty white kitchen.
This color came across my radar when I was looking at Farrow & Ball’s Hague Blue paint color and fell in love with it. Gentleman’s Gray was a close enough match for me, so I added it to my powder room (I told you I like drama in a powder room). It’s a rich, inky, indigo blue – beautiful for walls, furniture and even cabinets if you’re feeling bold.
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If you’re looking for a dark color that’s not necessarily black, give Wrought Iron a look. It’s a deep, rich, warm gray, and a nice change from basic black.
If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you probably already know how much I love Revere Pewter, but if I’m talking about my favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors, it must be included. It’s quite possibly, the perfect color, in my opinion. Works great if you want to have a modern gray/greige color, but have a lot of brown in your house that you need to take into account. Sometimes it reads more gray, sometimes more beige, but it’s an absolutely stunning color that I have incorporated into my own home. My family room was already painted in Revere Pewter, but when I did the One Room Challenge in my dining room, I decided to bring the color in here as well, and it’s perfect with the pops of navy.
It’s also a great color for cabinets. My friend Kayla at Painted by Kayla Payne, has a stunner of a kitchen in Revere Pewter. I absolutely love it. This is what I’m talking about when I say you don’t have to have a white kitchen for it to be light, bright and super stylish.
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White Dove is one of my go-to whites for cabinets and trim, and it’s also a great white for walls as well. It’s soft without being stark and a bit of a warmer white, and great option that doesn’t lean yellow.
Here it is as a trim color in this bright and sunny family room (wall color is Benjamin Moore’s Shale, in case you’re wondering).
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Here is White Dove on kitchen cabinets – so soft and pretty.
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This fresh and pretty room has always been a favorite of mine with the pops of black and green. But the crisp backdrop of the paneled walls and even the side chest is painted in White Dove.
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This is another go big or go home kind of color, but I think it is a great high contrast color, and you can even use it in a kitchen with white cabinets, and it won’t feel at all dark. It’s also another fun one for an accent wall at the end of a hallway perhaps, or even a powder room. I used it in our basement powder room, and I love it.
Yes, remember, I painted it the night before my Christmas cookie exchange last year. Alas, the irony of the name of the paint color…
Kris, at Driven by Decor has it in her office area, and I was inspired by the high contrast look and how striking it is with wood toned furniture.
It would also be sharp if you used it on the back of bookcases in your home or on a piece of furniture.
I love how cozy Nightfall looks in Dear Lillie’s bedroom. I might need to give this color some more thought, given that I like my bedroom as dark as possible when I sleep (vampire style, according to my husband). The light finishes balance out the dark walls, and I think it would make for a great retreat when it’s time to settle in for the night.
Here’s a handy chart of my favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors for you to pin these and remember them for future use. What are your favorite Benjamin Moore Colors? Did I miss any of them?
Are you itching for more color ideas? Check out my post about my favorite Sherwin Williams paint colors here.
I’m Jenny, a wife of 23 years, mother of three, and a corporate drop-out. I’m a creative minded blogger, business owner and DIYer, and love transforming furniture, cabinets and rooms in my home. I’m a card carrying paint geek, and am always amazed at the power of paint in making budget-friendly updates to your home. I’m a serial house-stalker, and never tire of a great home tour or a before and after renovation. I’m a firm believer in restyling, refreshing and renewing things in your home to make it your own - without breaking the budget. I’ll show you how!
Budget Kitchen Makeovers
8 tips to get that new kitchen look without the new kitchen pricetag
Complete kitchen renovations are pricey, especially if you go for high-end materials and fixtures. But there are ways to give your kitchen a facelift and bring it more up-to-date and ‘on trend’ without spending a fortune. If you have granite tastes and a laminate budget, here are some ideas:
1 Repaint or reface your cabinets
You can give your kitchen a whole new personality by simply painting the wooden cabinets. You can do this yourself, but it is tricky because you need to remove the cabinet doors and hardware and sometimes they don’t fit back as easily as you’d hope. Rather, you can turn to the pros like Kitchen Painters of Collingwood, who will give your kitchen a whole new look. Soft grey is the current favourite colour for painted cabinets.
Dave Spires, co-owner of Kitchen Painters, says his business has grown considerably over the past several years, and now does much more than just painting because customers are asking for it.
“We most of the time do considerably more work than just painting, but it’s still a big savings,” says Spires. “We can take an existing kitchen and make it brand new by just making a few modifications – new kickplates, end panels, etc. – with something more in trend.”
He adds that refacing cupboard doors is gaining popularity over simply repainting them, as this gives homeowners the ability to remove dated paneled doors and replace them with more modern Shaker or contemporary style doors. “We’re really into refacing now – I would say in 7 out of 10 kitchens we do, we’re refacing the doors now.”
The cost savings for keeping the ‘bones’ of your existing kitchen and giving them a facelift can be considerable. Spires says the average price for repainting is about $3,000, while the average price for refacing and doing some other updates is $5-6,000. “It’s a great way to get a new look on a budget when you consider that the price of a brand new kitchen is $20-25,000 if not close to $30,000.”
2 Use engineered materials
Stone generally costs five times more than laminate, but new printing technology has made it possible to have laminate that looks like stone or granite. Check out the new line from WilsonArt, which is realistic looking and comes with decorative edges just like stone or granite.
3 Choose a mix of countertops
If you can stretch the budget a bit, put stone on your island, then save money by choosing a similar look in laminate for the other countertops.
4 Play up your cabinetry with stylish new hardware
This is an easy update when you paint the cabinets because the hardware holes can be filled in and you can choose something contemporary like round tubular pulls.
5 Add an island
You don’t even need a built-in island to get ‘the look’ and convenience. Consider adding personality to your kitchen with something different like an old factory cart, farm table, store counter, or other salvaged piece. A store-bought island on casters (Ikea has a good selection) is perfect for small kitchens because it can be moved around.
6 Get new innards for your drawers and cabinets
There are plenty of new options here that will keep your implements smartly organized. New European designed storage systems are revolutionizing kitchen cabinets, making them much more functional.
7 Add a stylish look with a new backsplash
Most DIYers can create a new tile backsplash without having to hire a pro. A new trend that is gaining popularity is the mirrored backsplash – it’s a great way to expand space, especially if the mirrors will reflect a window and create a feeling of indoor/outdoor.
8 Think green
Tearing out perfectly good cabinets and countertops and sending them to a landfill is wasteful and environmentally unfriendly. Check with Habitat for Humanity, ReUse Centres, Salvation Army or local charities that might be able to use old cabinets, light fixtures, countertops or appliances. Another thought is to move old kitchen cabinets into the garage or basement for added storage. That way you’ll also save on dumping fees.
With a tight budget and some creativity, you can have a stylish new kitchen that will give the illusion of being a lot more costly. ❧
Looking For Affordable Collingwood Kitchen Cabinets?
If you have been dreaming of a new high quality kitchen at iscount prices you should call Collingwood Rockwood Kitchens. We offer affordable cabinetry and superior quality construction with our Collingwood kitchen cabinets. Our cabinets and granite and quartz is always "on sale" - close to 50% less than big box store cabinets. We offer the most affordable white cabinets for your Collingwood kitchen.
If you need a kitchen renovation done quickly, you can get your Collingwood kitchen cabinets within a day or two. We have a fully stocked cabinet warehouse with over 200 different Collingwood cabinets items making any kitchen layout possible. We also fabricate granite or quartz countertops for the Collingwood area.
You can get the highest quality cabinetry from a 100% Canadian company at great prices. Call Rockwood Kitchens Collingwood today for your Collingwood kitchen cabinets.
Discount Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry in Collingwood
For over 6 years Rockwood Kitchens has been providing Collingwood kitchen cabinets and bathroom cabinetry to homeowners, renovation contractors and Collingwood kitchen companies. We supply superior quality construction, solid wood cabinetry at very affordable prices. Our Collingwood bathroom cabinetry comes in many cabinet door styles and colours so that everyone can find something they like. With over 200 items with varying sizes, we'll design your Collingwood kitchen or bathroom project with a custom kitchen cabinet finish and quality to match.
Our solid wood, Collingwood white cabinets are designed by Rockwood Kitchens using the highest quality materials and cabinet construction we could use. If you are looking to update your Collingwood bathroom cabinetry and want the best vanity cabinets for less come and see us today. We have many repeat customers because of advocates like real estate agents, small builders and DIY renovators. With great product, prices and service, Rockwood Kitchens Collingwood has the right cabinets for you.
Collingwood Discount Cabinets
Our discount kitchen cabinets ensure you will get a beautiful low price kitchen without sacrificing any of the quality. We designed our Collingwood kitchen cabinets to be the best that they could be. Builders and contractors tell us that our "discount cabinets" are better quality than any custom cabinets they've seen. Come into Collingwood RockWood Kitchens today, we are sure you will agree. Solid wood cabinets at rock bottom prices!
At Rockwood Kitchens, our Collingwood discount cabinets cost you as little as half the price of the cabinets at the big box stores. We manufacture our own lines of top quality kitchen cabinet boxes that are built using A/A grade plywood, with solid Maple cabinet doors and face-frames. Whether you are looking at remodeling your bathroom cabinetry or are looking to do a complete kitchen renovation then we have the kitchen cabinets for you. See our selection of traditional raised panel doors or our Shaker Java or Maple espresso or shaker white cabinets. Whatever your style, we have the high quality cabinets at affordable pricing in Collingwood that you will truly appreciate!
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Collingwood White Kitchen Cabinets
Shaker white cabinets and traditional white kitchen cabinets have always been a favourite with both homeowners and kitchen remodeling companies in Collingwood. Not only are Collingwood white kitchen cabinets very popular but they really brighten up a kitchen offering beauty and versatility to your home.
Regardless if you like a modern shaker style cabinets or you prefer the more traditional style kitchen cabinets with raised panel doors, Rockwood Kitchens Collingwood will design your kitchen with the features and functionality to make your dream kitchen a reality. We will top your Collingwood kitchen cabinets with high quality granite of quartz counter-tops at very affordable pricing.
We encourage you to drop by one of our kitchen showrooms to look at our Collingwood kitchen cabinets in person and talk to our interior designers about your dream kitchen or bathroom vanity needs. We offer free kitchen designs and quotes to homeowners in the Collingwood area and can also supply and install your kitchen cabinets or granite or quartz countertops with truly great quality at truly great prices.
Beautiful High Quality Collingwood Kitchens
Our Collingwood kitchen designers are very knowledgeable and all have graduated from 3 year interior design programs at accredited colleges. They will be able to design you the most beautiful and affordable kitchen with our high quality discount kitchen cabinets. Right now our shaker white cabinets and our traditional style white cabinets "antique white" are the most popular, come in and talk to one of our Collingwood kitchen designers today about getting your beautiful shaker white kitchen!
RockWood Kitchens Collingwood kitchen installer are highly skilled and have been working in the business for 30 years or more. They will make sure that your beautiful discount cabinets are installed flawlessly and that your affordable granite or quartz countertop is looking its best!
Rockwood Kitchens is quickly growing to be one of the most reputable providers of high quality affordable kitchen cabinets in Collingwood. We also do discount bathroom cabinets.
If you're looking for Collingwood kitchen cabinets, please call 1-866-694-1755 or visit our showroom.
Rockwood Kitchens has no relation to Collingwood Kitchen Cabinets, are not authorized dealers for them and has no right to the trademark Collingwood Kitchen Cabinets in any way.
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Collingwood Kitchen Cabinet Painting & Refinishing
When You Want a New Look For Your Collingwood Home Kitchen,
You Don’t Need to Invest in All New Cabinetry.
Make your kitchen look new again by painting and refinishing your existing kitchen cabinets for a fraction of the cost of replacing or refacing.
Paint My Cabinets offers a wide variety of kitchen cabinet finishes from matte, to pearl, to semi gloss that allows you to improve the look of your Collingwood home kitchen cabinets without the expense of replacing them.
We Specialize in Transforming Your Collingwood Kitchen
Cabinets Into Your Dream Kitchen.
Take your outdated Collingwood homes kitchen cabinets and paint them to a new look that will modernize your entire kitchen. You can even get new handles for your cabinets to give your doors a real new updated look.
The entire process of having your Collingwood kitchen cabinets painted is easy because you will still have full access and use of your kitchen during the refinishing process. We use low VOC paints that are eco-friendly and safe for your family and pets.
The Cabinet Painting Process
1.) Take down and label all cabinet doors, drawers, and hardware
2.) Wipe down all cabinets to degrease
3.) Mask off & tape the entire area to protect surfaces
4.) Lightly sand all built-ins and doors
5.) Fill cabinet cracks with wood filler
6.) Add primer to all of the built-ins, doors & drawers
7.) Lightly sand after priming
8.) Add caulking to close off spacing around doors
9.) Add two coats of paint to all of the built-ins, doors & drawers. Your doors and drawers are taken offsite to our spray booth where your doors will receive a factory like finish.
10.) Lightly sand between coats
11.) Clean, de-mask and reinstall your cabinetry & hardware
* Enjoy Your New Updated Kitchen! *
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Kitchen Craft was founded more than 40 years ago in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and is now sold in hundreds of stores in Canada and the United States. Kitchen Craft manufactures two lines of cabinetry, Integra and Aurora, for the kitchen, bathroom, home office, laundry and other areas throughout the home. In 2002, Kitchen Craft became part of the MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc. family of cabinet manufacturers, offering multiple lines from stock to custom cabinetry.
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I’ve been daydreaming about redoing my kitchen. We built our house ten years ago, and it’s definitely in the phase of needing an update. Our cherry cabinets are screaming for something new. I’m thinking of painting my cabinets and put together some of my favorite painted kitchen cabinets in this week’s Home Crush. I’m drawn to more classic colors like black, grey, greige and some blues. But the possibilities are limitless.
I actually painted an extra cabinet I had stored in my basement a pretty greige color, Collingwood by Benjamin Moore last week to see how it would look in my kitchen. I have gorgeous charcoal concrete countertops that Alex and a good friend made for our kitchen when we built the house, so I feel like I can’t go really dark on cabinet color. Thus, I’m moving in the grey/greige direction. But holy cow, I’m in love with the dark navy and blacks were seeing on cabinets lately. Stay tuned to see what I decide! –Melissa
Read more to see our favorite classic painted kitchen cabinets…
Two tone kitchen by Sarah Sherman Samual
Black Kitchen Cabinets by Studio McGee
Green cabinets – photo by Janis Nicolay
Light Gray Kitchen on House of Jade Interiors Blog
Navy Blue Kitchen by Brittany Makes