This 2005 home had natural alder wooden cabinets and trim which we converted to paint – Sherwin Williams SW 7005 Pure White. Proper preparation is crucial: we sanded, used a liquid deglosser, primed with bonding primer, sanded, caulked, and filled the primed surfaces. Finally, we used an air-assisted airless sprayer with a customized gun to apply the final two coats of Sherwin Williams Emerald Urethane enamel. Using this process and equipment allowed us to achieve the finest high-end finish.
Painting the woodwork gave this home a brighter, more spacious feel. Natural wood can be beautiful, but painting it can make your home seem new, fresh, and modern.