You can actually start painting your walls prior to installing your kitchen. It’s a good idea to start on the undercoats and move onto the first coats before your kitchen gets installed so you won’t have as much work to do afterwards.
To avoid any unnecessary labour, we highly recommend that you leave the final coat of painting until after your kitchen has been installed. This way, you’ll be able to allow for any damages or imperfections to the first coats that can come with installing a kitchen or moving furniture.
Once you begin painting the final coat, make sure you set up boundaries with masking tape to determine where to stop painting before you end up coating your wall cabinets with paint!
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