We have put together a few of the before and after pictures of the many refacing jobs that homeowners like you have completed on their own. Some homeowners used our remote help and others completed the project simply using our step-by-step videos.
Most of these are a full refacing projects, in which all exposed areas are covered up by matching panels and veneers. A few other homeowners have opted for re-dooring which involes painting the exposed areas to match the new doors, resulting in more savings.
What did our clients love about their “after” kitchen? There are so many improvements. Here are just a few things you can see in our refacing before and after photos:
Did you inherit a kitchen with mismatched cabinets? Fix them with one consistent material and colour.
White cabinets might be in, but what if they aren’t for you, or don’t look so great in your kitchen? Switch to a darker wood to make the whole kitchen seem warmer.
Do you have bland, almost unfinished wood for your cabinets? Add something unexpected, like a bold grey or black.
You can dramatically change the style of your kitchen with just a DIY cabinet reface. Go from modern to traditional or vice versa.
Why should you reface your cabinets? There are plenty of benefits that you can expect from this simple process:
What material, style and colour should you choose for your cabinets? The professionals at Cabinet Refacing To Go can help you make a plan. In the meantime, here are a few tips for you to consider:
Use cabinet moulding to make a traditionally styled cabinet set look even more sophisticated. Choices like sophisticated raised doors in a light wood finish will look great.
Modern styles are all about clean lines in bold or neutral colours. Try an intense thermofoil option in white or black high gloss, or our laminate slab doors.
Achieve that popular farmhouse kitchen style with our country style cabinet door in acadia white or cloud white.