Keeping your existing doors and drawer fronts
Maple raised panel doors in good structural condition.
Outdated appliance garage to be removed.
Standard plywood back panels.
Standard, stained corbels.
Original crown molding.
Flat side panels.
Same raised panel, maple doors sprayed with a white, factory lacquer finish.
Appliance garage removed.
Island covered with new, matching raised panels.
Standard corbels replaced with custom built corbels.
Wall cabinets extended to the ceiling, tinted glass doors installed, new crown molding.
Matching end panels installed.
Is refinishing right for me?
If the answer is yes to all of the options below, refinishing would be your best option.
Do you use veneer on the cabinet boxes?
We never use veneer on cabinet face frames that are almost always solid hardwood, like maple, oak or cherry. These solid wood surfaces can be refinished with any color of a sprayed factory finish, paint or stain that will make it indistinguishable from a new factory finish. However once a veneer has been applied to the surface, it can no longer be refinished and it will be apparent that the cabinet has been refaced.
What colors can I choose from?
Since the cabinets will be sprayed with an actual paint or stain finish, the color choices are unlimited. We can match any paint or stain color of any brand from Benjamin Moore to Farrow and Ball .
What type of finishes do you use?
ML Campbell precat lacquers and conversion varnishes, the most durable factory finishes on the market.