If you love the style of your current cabinet doors and drawer fronts, but need a color upgrade, resurfacing is the option for you. Our service of resurfacing/refinishing is a unique process where we work with your existing doors, drawer fronts, and cabinet frames to transition them to beautiful paint finishes. Instead of using new materials to change the look of your kitchen, with resurfacing, we are able to transform what you already have in place for a fraction of the cost of refacing or replacing your kitchen cabinets.
Are you tired of the style of your kitchen cabinets and can’t wait to modernize your kitchen? Our unique process of refacing is a fraction of the cost of conventional refacing and allows you to customize the look of your kitchen by picking new doors and drawer fronts, while keeping the current cabinet boxes and frames. Both your new doors and drawer fronts and the frames of your cabinets are then finished using the same process, creating a seamless style that will look stunning in your kitchen.
Solid Color Finish
The Solid Color Finish is sleek, modern, and clean. It is our most popular choice as it works nicely with a wide variety of home decor styles. It also pairs well with a complex countertop, backsplash and/or floor. This finish provides a nice neutral backdrop for you to decorate the rest of your kitchen however you please.
“Pinstriping” is another accent that can either accompany glazing or be done alone with a solid color finish. This refers to an accent line applied in the edges of the doors. Featured in the photo below, Van Dyke brown pinstriping over a Swiss Coffee solid color finish provides a rich, elegant look that you would find in high-end new cabinet showrooms.
If our clients desire an aged look on their cabinets, we offer a “rub-through,” accent that involves sanding through the finish on random edges and imperfections before finishing the doors with a protective clear coat. This can be done with or without glazing; it is a separate effect. We can do varying levels of rub through (the picture on the left shows a light rub-through and the picture on the right shows a heavy rub-through). We most often do this finish on a dark brown or black island that serves as an accent to the rest of the kitchen cabinets.