How to Paint a Kitchen : Painting Kitchen Walls

How to Paint a Kitchen : Painting Kitchen Walls

Moving right along. Our next step in painting
the kitchen is going to be to cut in the wall area. We want to cut in the edges before we
roll. So let me jump up on my ladder and let’s begin. It’s okay, we came a little bit over
onto the trim. We’re using the same color paint for the trim and the walls so it makes
the job a little bit easier. We want to continue all the way across the ceiling. We’re applying
a good healthy amount of paint to the surface. And then just kind of pushing it right along
the edge. It’s important with the finishing strokes that we’re evening out all the paint
because we don’t want the brush strokes to be visible after we roll. we’re going to roll
right into this. I’m not going to spend too much time with this trim here because since
we’re going to be using the same color on both the trim and the walls we’re going to
apply the paint right onto this with the roller. And then I’ll back brush it to get into the
details. Normally we save the baseboard molding for last but in this case you’re going to
paint right onto it because it’s the same color. Continue wrapping right around the
room. Come to this funny little area over here. Be a lot of cutting and a lot of brush
work. That’s pretty common to kitchens. It’s going to be a lot of small areas around cabinets
and counters. I’m using a brush wiggling it a little bit to kind of push the paint into
some of these grooves and textured details. The wall’s a little funky over here. It’s
not really a flat surface. It’s a textured area. So what I like to do is I like to just
kind of push the paint onto the wall and then kind of wiggle the brush like so. You can
still kind of straight line with that. Alright that concludes the cutting in of the walls.
Now we’re ready to start rolling.

20 thoughts on “How to Paint a Kitchen : Painting Kitchen Walls

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  2. You need more paint on your brush bro. Good wiggle though, that's a real good way to ease into a tight corner without globbing paint on it. always finish your strokes from dry into the wet too. Not too bad though.

  3. Walls, Tiles, Trim, Baseboard, all the same horrible color. Why didnt you just paint the ceiling grey while your at it!

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