Kitchen Cabinet Restyling and Refinishing
Everyone knows you get the most bang for your buck when you update your kitchen. But if you’re like us having a good looking kitchen in the main thing. The fact that it increases the value of your home is just an added bonus.
Unless your kitchen cabinets are falling apart, you probably don’t need to replace them or reface them. Refinishing your kitchen cabinets is only a fraction of the cost of replacing your cabinets. Golden Oak kitchen cabinets used to be all the rage here in Kansas City. Also known as “Yellow Oak” and “Honey Oak”, the wood is very durable. But the color tends to get more and more orange with time. Today the Golden Oak cabinets are definitely not the style for kitchen cabinets here in Kansas City.
We use a process of glazing and faux finishing over these Golden Oak kitchen cabinets. This refinishing glaze keeps the wood grain look of your kitchen cabinets but makes them darker to bring them up to date with the style found in cabinet finishes in the new homes here in Kansas City. Our hand-done process tones the wood grain to a richer and darker color. And we accomplish this without you having to endure the mess and problems that go along with stripping the old finish off.
Some of our clients who want to get away from the look of wood grain so we prime, paint and glaze your kitchen cabinets to give a custom look to match your decor as it is or to create a knockout update to your kitchen.
We work our cabinet restyling magic with extreme care and neatness so you can still use your kitchen each night when we’re not there working. And we take the time to do the job right the first time. Our clients are thrilled by the results.
Call us now to schedule a free design consultation and learn more about how you can get a new and fresh look in the heart of your home.
These cabinets used to be Golden Oak. They were very yellow.
Before & After
Kitchen island painted, distressed & glazed.
Old wood dresser refinished in contemporary style.
Written by mdeeter
Posted on September 14, 2010 at 2:44 am