Maple Cabinets before paint
Maple Cabinets before paint

These cabinets are a very light natural maple finish. Which became a bright pure white with Pigmented Lacquer. 

 

Maple Cabinets after paint
Maple Cabinets after paint

These cabinets were a very light natural maple finish. Which were refinished using Pigmented Lacquer Paint to change the look to a Bright White. This resulted in a much brighter cleaner look.  

Maple before Antique White Paint & Glaze
Maple before Antique White Paint & Glaze

These cabinets were very new light maple stain with a glaze, but over all not working for the kitchens design. The customer requested Antique White with Glaze. 

Maple after Antique White & Glaze
Maple after Antique White & Glaze

These cabinets were a very light maple stain with a contrast glaze, but refinished to antique white with glaze. Using Antique White Pigmented lacquer and Raw Umber Antique Glaze. We refer to this as Clean Line Glazing.

Maple Medium Brown Cabinet Before Stain Toner
Maple Medium Brown Cabinet Before Stain Toner

These cabinets were builder standard medium brown maple stain which looked orange that the clients wanted a darker richer stain color.

Maple Medium Brown After Stain Toner
Maple Medium Brown After Stain Toner

These cabinets were stained a Medium Brown which looked very orange in the kitchens lighting. The client requested a much richer stain color to accent the counters and wall finish. 

Builder Grade Golden Oak before Toner
Builder Grade Golden Oak before Toner

These cabinets were standard builder grade Golden Oak stain.  Which appeared very orange and yellow in kitchen lighting.  The client requested a much richer even dark brown. 

Builder Grade Golden Oak after Toner
Builder Grade Golden Oak after Toner

These cabinets were refinished to a rich dark brown from the original Golden Oak color. 

Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch Cabinets before
Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch Cabinets before

These cabinets were a DIY home owner project that ended up being left unfinished for 3 years. The cabinets were sanded with incorrect sand paper. Holes filled with wrong wood filler. The Pine aged darker than the birch plywood. Overall this project was out of DIY league due to the amount of time left raw. We were called into the finish the job, and recover the cabinets to a stain grade finish. 

Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch after
Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch after

These cabinets were a DIY home owner project that ended up being left unfinished for 3 years.  We were able to over come many difficulty hurdles to get these cabinets to a rich expresso color.  The dye stain toners, and rich pigmented stains allowed us to recover the contrasting natural colors of the light birch and the yellow pine. Notice the colors is even from door trim to door centers..

White Oil Base Enamel Before Repaint
White Oil Base Enamel Before Repaint

These cabinets were 15 year old white oil base enamel cabinets. They had be touched up at one point, resulting in heavy visible brush marks, and gummy thick marks in paint. The client requested a rich grey to repaint the cabinets.

White Oil Base Enamel After Repaint to Grey
White Oil Base Enamel After Repaint to Grey

These cabinets were 15 year old white oil base enamel cabinets. They were cleaned, sanded smooth. Then we apply red bond to smooth out nail nail pops and dents in wood. This helped us achieve a smooth new wood look.  The cabinets were primed in a pigmented shellac, then painted in Benjamin Moore Satin Impervo Oil Base Enamel. 

Maple Cabinets Aged Natural Finish before
Maple Cabinets Aged Natural Finish before

These cabinets were Maple that had aged hevaliy in the sunlight of the room causing the wood to yellow, and dark wood to darken more. 

Maple Cabinets stripped down to bare wood then stained
Maple Cabinets stripped down to bare wood then stained

These cabinets had suffered a lot of UV damage causing the different color variations be become more pronounced.  In order to do this we had to strip it all down to bare wood... We then created a custom penetrating stain, with toner coats to resolve the aged area more heavily affected by the light.

Builder Grade Oak Cabinets Before
Builder Grade Oak Cabinets Before

These cabinets were set to become a light beige. Using Pigmented lacquer Satin Finish. 

Builder Grade Oak after Light Beige Refinishing
Builder Grade Oak after Light Beige Refinishing

These builder grade oak cabinets were refinished using a light beige pigmented satin lacquer finish. 

Soft Close European Hinges
Soft Close European Hinges

Upgrade your old dated hinges, to fine soft close inserta soft close hinges. Don't deal with the " Cabinet BANG! " noise any longer. These save the wear and tear on the door, and the slamming noises stop. 

 

Cabinet Refinishing, Stain Cabinets, Stain New Cabinets, Refinish Stain, Paint New Cabinets, Refinish Painted Cabinets, Refinish Paint, Refinish Cabinets, Antique Faux Glazing, Cabinet Distressing, Distress Cabinet Finish, Inked Cabinets, Faux Glaze on Cabinets, Custom Faux Cabinets, Custom Stain Cabinets, Custom Paint Cabinets, Reface Cabinets, Upgrade Cabinets, Add Hardware to Cabinets, Replace Hinges on Cabinets, Add soft close Hinges to cabinets, Add soft close drawers, change hardware on cabinets, update cabinets, add cabinet doors, change cabinet door to glass door

 

Cabinet Refinishing

We service these zip codes 77384,77385,77382,77381,77380,77389,77386, 77375,77379,77388,77354,77339,77345,77068,77069,

Stain Matching
Stain Matching

Provide us with your inspiration stain. We will custom blend a stain to match. This was an oak floor sample provided to us. It was then matched on clients maple cabinets. Custom stains and dye stain toners provide an endless variety of custom matches. 

Custom Solid Wood Raised Panels
Custom Solid Wood Raised Panels

This island received a solid wood make over. Builder grade cabinet makeover. With custom measured and made to fit solid wood raised panels. Turn your island in to the center piece of your kitchen. 

Maple Cabinets before paint
Maple Cabinets after paint
Maple before Antique White Paint & Glaze
Maple after Antique White & Glaze
Maple Medium Brown Cabinet Before Stain Toner
Maple Medium Brown After Stain Toner
Builder Grade Golden Oak before Toner
Builder Grade Golden Oak after Toner
Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch Cabinets before
Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch after
White Oil Base Enamel Before Repaint
White Oil Base Enamel After Repaint to Grey
Maple Cabinets Aged Natural Finish before
Maple Cabinets stripped down to bare wood then stained
Builder Grade Oak Cabinets Before
Builder Grade Oak after Light Beige Refinishing
Soft Close European Hinges
Stain Matching
Custom Solid Wood Raised Panels
Maple Cabinets before paint

These cabinets are a very light natural maple finish. Which became a bright pure white with Pigmented Lacquer. 

 

Maple Cabinets after paint

These cabinets were a very light natural maple finish. Which were refinished using Pigmented Lacquer Paint to change the look to a Bright White. This resulted in a much brighter cleaner look.  

Maple before Antique White Paint & Glaze

These cabinets were very new light maple stain with a glaze, but over all not working for the kitchens design. The customer requested Antique White with Glaze. 

Maple after Antique White & Glaze

These cabinets were a very light maple stain with a contrast glaze, but refinished to antique white with glaze. Using Antique White Pigmented lacquer and Raw Umber Antique Glaze. We refer to this as Clean Line Glazing.

Maple Medium Brown Cabinet Before Stain Toner

These cabinets were builder standard medium brown maple stain which looked orange that the clients wanted a darker richer stain color.

Maple Medium Brown After Stain Toner

These cabinets were stained a Medium Brown which looked very orange in the kitchens lighting. The client requested a much richer stain color to accent the counters and wall finish. 

Builder Grade Golden Oak before Toner

These cabinets were standard builder grade Golden Oak stain.  Which appeared very orange and yellow in kitchen lighting.  The client requested a much richer even dark brown. 

Builder Grade Golden Oak after Toner

These cabinets were refinished to a rich dark brown from the original Golden Oak color. 

Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch Cabinets before

These cabinets were a DIY home owner project that ended up being left unfinished for 3 years. The cabinets were sanded with incorrect sand paper. Holes filled with wrong wood filler. The Pine aged darker than the birch plywood. Overall this project was out of DIY league due to the amount of time left raw. We were called into the finish the job, and recover the cabinets to a stain grade finish. 

Raw Unfinished Pine and Birch after

These cabinets were a DIY home owner project that ended up being left unfinished for 3 years.  We were able to over come many difficulty hurdles to get these cabinets to a rich expresso color.  The dye stain toners, and rich pigmented stains allowed us to recover the contrasting natural colors of the light birch and the yellow pine. Notice the colors is even from door trim to door centers..

White Oil Base Enamel Before Repaint

These cabinets were 15 year old white oil base enamel cabinets. They had be touched up at one point, resulting in heavy visible brush marks, and gummy thick marks in paint. The client requested a rich grey to repaint the cabinets.

White Oil Base Enamel After Repaint to Grey

These cabinets were 15 year old white oil base enamel cabinets. They were cleaned, sanded smooth. Then we apply red bond to smooth out nail nail pops and dents in wood. This helped us achieve a smooth new wood look.  The cabinets were primed in a pigmented shellac, then painted in Benjamin Moore Satin Impervo Oil Base Enamel. 

Maple Cabinets Aged Natural Finish before

These cabinets were Maple that had aged hevaliy in the sunlight of the room causing the wood to yellow, and dark wood to darken more. 

Maple Cabinets stripped down to bare wood then stained

These cabinets had suffered a lot of UV damage causing the different color variations be become more pronounced.  In order to do this we had to strip it all down to bare wood... We then created a custom penetrating stain, with toner coats to resolve the aged area more heavily affected by the light.

Builder Grade Oak Cabinets Before

These cabinets were set to become a light beige. Using Pigmented lacquer Satin Finish. 

Builder Grade Oak after Light Beige Refinishing

These builder grade oak cabinets were refinished using a light beige pigmented satin lacquer finish. 

Soft Close European Hinges

Upgrade your old dated hinges, to fine soft close inserta soft close hinges. Don't deal with the " Cabinet BANG! " noise any longer. These save the wear and tear on the door, and the slamming noises stop. 

 

Cabinet Refinishing, Stain Cabinets, Stain New Cabinets, Refinish Stain, Paint New Cabinets, Refinish Painted Cabinets, Refinish Paint, Refinish Cabinets, Antique Faux Glazing, Cabinet Distressing, Distress Cabinet Finish, Inked Cabinets, Faux Glaze on Cabinets, Custom Faux Cabinets, Custom Stain Cabinets, Custom Paint Cabinets, Reface Cabinets, Upgrade Cabinets, Add Hardware to Cabinets, Replace Hinges on Cabinets, Add soft close Hinges to cabinets, Add soft close drawers, change hardware on cabinets, update cabinets, add cabinet doors, change cabinet door to glass door

 

Cabinet Refinishing

We service these zip codes 77384,77385,77382,77381,77380,77389,77386, 77375,77379,77388,77354,77339,77345,77068,77069,

Stain Matching

Provide us with your inspiration stain. We will custom blend a stain to match. This was an oak floor sample provided to us. It was then matched on clients maple cabinets. Custom stains and dye stain toners provide an endless variety of custom matches. 

Custom Solid Wood Raised Panels

This island received a solid wood make over. Builder grade cabinet makeover. With custom measured and made to fit solid wood raised panels. Turn your island in to the center piece of your kitchen. 

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