Cabinet Refacing
Refacing old kitchen cabinets or a bathroom vanity is a simple and cost-effective way to achieve a new look in your home.  What's more, replacing the doors, drawer fronts, handles and hinges can be done in a fraction of the time it takes to install a new bathroom vanity or custom kitchen. It costs far less but you still get that sought-after custom look with doors and drawer fronts designed and built just for you. You can choose from mission, rustic or modern doors. They can be painted or stained and we offer a variety of finishes.
In this example, our customer sought to upgrade an understated bathroom vanity with new doors, drawer fronts and handles. She kept the existing box, hinges, drawers and guides and purchased an off-the-shelf countertop. Under her direction, we designed and built solid wood doors, drawer fronts and a kick plate in the rustic style. The beautiful grain of the birch veneer was enhanced with dark, Spanish oak stain and five coats of satin varnish. 


Modern Country Kitchen
Pictured here is a unique kitchen refacing we completed for a small country home in the Sudbury area.
We removed old plywood doors and drawer faceplates, refinished the cabinets with white melamine paint and built new doors and faceplates from well-varnished laminated pine. Then we installed a forest green counter top, matching handles and a new faucet and taps. The matching window covering completes the look.