Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
There are five ways to a beautiful new kitchen:
The first and easiest way is to simply replace your existing doors and drawer fronts without doing anything at all to the boxes. If they are a wood grain you don't even have to have an exact match. Take a close look at your cabinets now. You'll see that typically you have areas that are both lighter and darker than each other. A light to medium oak door will work just fine in almost every case. A slight contrast can add interest.
The Euro Look
Invoke a warm, modern look by installing the very popular almond or white euro style door with continuous oak rail pulls and hidden hinges on your existing boxes. (Example: Almond euro doors on your existing oak or maple cabinets. Almond foreground, oak background.)
The White Kitchen
Give your kitchen a bright, cheerful, contemporary look. Remove the doors and drawers fronts and paint the boxes white inside and out. New, white doors and drawer fronts with beautiful new brass handles and hinges completes the look! This is a very popular method. This kitchen can look either contemporary or country.
Do a complete refacing job yourself!
The fourth way is to veneer your old boxes with your choice of self-adhesive wood grain or color to match or contrast your new doors. This method costs a little more and takes longer because it includes laminating or veneering the boxes, but the results are well worth the effort.
Your Own Look!
The fifth way is to order a solid core MDF door with no finish and paint them and your boxes any color you choose. MDF core doors are perfect for painting because they have no seams or joints that can cause problems later by expanding or shrinking. With this method your imagination is your only limit!
"Whatever the mind of man (or woman) can conceive and believe he can achieve!" Napoleon Hill