White knight recommends in their where to use section avoiding painting areas exposed to a naked flame. A good rule of thumb is if you can hold your hand against the tile whilst the cooktop is running, it should be suitable for painting. You might also like to avoid placing large saucepans on the rear burners as they will transfer heat closer to the wall.
Hi, looks great @Chaks_DIY what bench top did you use? I’m looking for something just like that for my kitchen. Thanks
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @ajestock. It's wonderful to have you join us, and I'm pleased to see you've taken inspiration from this amazing project.
I'm sure @Chaks_DIY will be delighted to let you know what benchtop he's used.
We'd love to hear more about your kitchen renovation project and would encourage you to let us know if you need assistance or would like to share it with us. I trust you'll find loads of inspiration within the community, just like this project, as our creative members contribute their ideas here all the time.
Hi and welcome to the community @ajestock.!
I purchased the benchtop from TopForm Australia here in Melbourne and it was the carrera laminate finish.
Hope that helps!
@Chaks_DIY This is awesome... Do you mind me asking how your kitchen tile/paint has worked out for you. I'm at that part of my kitchen makeover and concerned if I paint the outdated tiles, they may not hold up the constant cleaning that kitchens require...
Thanks in advance
This Old Gal
This is amazing, love the trim!
What did you use to stick the trim down?
How did you hide the joins of the trim?
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you for joining us and sharing your query about the cabinet trims.
Let me tag @Chaks_DIY to make sure he is alerted to your question. If you are planning a D.I.Y project we would love to see what you have in mind.
If we can assist you with anything else please let us know.