Cabinets

Whether refinishing or new cabinetry, onsite finishing is preferable, whenever possible, to provide the most seamless and rapid service.

A typical reface includes all new doors, drawers, crown and moldings. Islands can be wrapped with new panels and trim, as well as adding decorative corbels.

1. Reface: all new doors, drawers, crown, molding. Island: maple panels, new corbels
2. Perimeter: Grand Teton glaze striae, Island: Santa Rosa Beach
3. Wild cherry stain with applied molding and appliques added
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5. Ebony stained island with Navaho White with Portabello lite glaze perimeter
6. Reface with new crown, applied molding, and fluted appliques
7. Cherry stain with a Tuscan textured hood treatment
8. MDF cabinets with faux wood grain finish
9. EC stain, furniture glaze, hand painted on blk rubbed panels.
10. Faux wood graining
11. Harvest Wheat stain with furniture glaze. Black rubbed island.
12. Faux wood grain finish over MDF
13. Custom arch with added corbel applique
14. Jewett white with Van Dyke brown glaze, Autumn Oak Island
15. Forest green with black glaze
16. Antique white with Turkish Coffee glaze
17. Shell white with with Portabello lite glaze
18. Reface: New Island Panels, Black rub-through over library oak stain
19. Ebony stain on alder wood
20. SW Macadamia with a VanDyke Brown glaze
21. English Chestnut Stain
22. Softer tan with with Portabello glaze
23. Black rub-through on MDF panels
24. Antique Maple
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38: Faux rub-through technique on MDF
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40. Elkhorn cactus striae glaze
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