Kitchen respray cost — how much you can expect to pay and what's involved

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Could investing in a kitchen respray re-create the kitchen of your dreams? (Image credit: Wood Works)

In the world of kitchen renovation, a kitchen respray cost is now just as likely to make it onto your list of options as replacing or repainting doors and drawers.

Offering an opportunity to not only rejuvenate a tired space, but also to even change the current finish of your cabinets – with primers and techniques available that can turn wood grain doors into something more smooth and contemporary – it's even a job you can do yourself with the right tips and technique.

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Danny Zahid

Danny is the CEO of Upvc Spray Painters, where he puts client needs at the forefront of every project, ensuring clients receives tailored quality solutions delivered to high standards.

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Clive Tonks

Clive is an expert when it comes to kitchens. Offering full kitchen makeovers, including the increasingly popular respraying option, The Kitchen Facelift Company also appeared on the popular Channel 4 'Love it or list it' programme.

Steve Jenkins
Steve Jenkins

Steve was previously the DIY content editor for Homebuilding & Renovating and is a keen DIYer with over 20 years of experience in transforming and renovating homes. He specialises in painting and decorating, but has a wide range of skills gleaned from working in the building trade for around 10 years.

Sarah Harley
Assistant Editor

Sarah is Homebuilding & Renovating’s Assistant Editor and joined the team in 2024. An established homes and interiors writer, Sarah has renovated and extended a number of properties, including a listing building and renovation project that featured on Grand Designs. Although she said she would never buy a listed property again, she has recently purchased a Grade II listed apartment. As it had already been professionally renovated, she has instead set her sights on tackling some changes to improve the building’s energy efficiency, as well as adding some personal touches to the interior.