Hand Painted Kitchen Southwold - Professional Hand Painted Kitchens
Richard Willott has been a specialist kitchen painter and interior decorator for over 25 years who specialises in hand-painted kitchens in Southwold. He provides meticulous attention to detail to ensure a flawless finish on all of his projects.
Using the latest products and materials available ensures that your hand-painted kitchen will retain that wow factor for many years to come.
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I work for several hand-painted kitchen design companies from the Norfolk and Suffolk area, such as Bryan Turner kitchens; my work has been featured in numerous national magazines such as house beautiful and 25 beautiful kitchens.
I have a natural artistic flair and always welcome the opportunity to advise clients on colour schemes and achieve an individual result.
Traditional Painter is a network of master decorators specialising in hand-painted kitchens and stand-alone furniture.
I am very proud to be the Traditional Painter for East Anglia, covering Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
A friend recommended Richard to us and so we had seen the quality of his workmanship in her house. Richard was professional from start to finish, matching the colour of the units in the 'old' part of the kitchen with the newer units we had put in the breakfast area when undergoing renovation work a few years ago. We now have a bright and co-ordinated kitchen/breakfast room and with the pine dresser painted to match it has transformed the space. We were amazed that it was such a hassle-free experience with no dust or mess! Richard takes everything he can back to his workshop to be painted there and so was only at our house for 3 days to prepare and paint the carcasses and finally to re-assemble everything and fit new handles to complete the look. He pays great attention to detail and is extremely helpful and efficient. We can highly recommend him.
Please contact us if you would like a free price quotation for professional hand-painted kitchen services in Southwold.