PWNI were tasked with the overhaul of this stunning wood kitchen. As part of the refurbishment, the utility was remodelled to the clients’ specification, repairs were made to damaged gables, bespoke solid walnut worktops constructed and treated and interior decoration carried out.
This wood kitchen was refinished in ‘White Tie’ while the island was made a feature of in ‘Blue Ground’.
The scope of works extended to include the interior decoration of the entire space.
This oak kitchen was badly water damaged; PWNI replaced kickboards and repaired gables and columns as part of the refurbishment. The main kitchen is finished in ‘Shadow White’ and the island in ‘Drop Cloth’.
Our client had a very particular vision for the refurb of their kitchen – including the construction of an ‘X’-shaped leg for their integrated dining table.
The re-finishing of this seaside kitchen was a pleasure to complete in blue.
The intricacy of this stunning kitchen made the result all the more impressive. Our client employed Paintworks NI to renovate the kitchen in their newly purchased home, while decorating all ceilings, walls, woodwork and cornice throughout this striking property.
This distinctive kitchen in Portaferry was expertly refinished to highlight its character detailing.
This traditionally styled kitchen in Newtownards was re-finished in ‘Lime White’ using the Paintworks NI signature spray system.
Our Conlig client had a specific ambition for her kitchen refurbishment project, with two-tone units and feature dark kickboards.
Our Belfast based client had their kitchen refinished in ‘Manor House Grey’ – complete with installation of new sink, taps and solid butcher block worktops.
Our client had a complex specification for this project, including the remodelling and re-spray of their traditional kitchen.