Fitted wardrobes are brilliant when they look good – but doubly awful when they don’t match the rest of your home.
If you have a fitted wardrobe that’s outdated, tired or a bit drab, you might be tempted to replace it. This would actually be a waste.
It’s far cheaper to get it professionally painted, and it’s better for the environment too.
Plus, if there’s nothing structurally wrong with your fitted wardrobe, do you really want to have it ripped out and another one built in its place?
If the answer’s no, paint is your friend.
How much does getting a fitted wardrobe professionally painted cost?
The cost to professionally paint a 3-section fitted wardrobe is around £700 if it can be painted in situ, or £800 if we need to remove doors.
This includes masking, painting, and finishing, as well as coming back to check on the work after several weeks to make sure all is well.
If that sounds like a lot, consider this – to have a professional build you a 3-section built-in wardrobe, you will pay anywhere from £2,000 to £3,000 depending on the materials used (such as hardwood instead of pine) and the layout. So, with painting, you’ll save over £1,000 over the cost of replacement.
What can I expect the finish to look like?
The aim with our wardrobe spray painting service is to create a finish that’s so convincing that it appears to have left the factory that way.
We achieve this by taking our time. We don’t rush our work. We have a special spray-painting gun with a unique nozzle setup for indoor painting, and we allow for proper drying time between coats based on room temperature.
Because we use a spray-painting gun, there will be no brush marks or sponge marks. The paint will be smooth and flat. It will appear to be a factory finish, and you can choose from any of the colours on the RAL colour chart.