drawer fronts, and existing boxes with new wood
When picking out new cabinet doors, an important option to consider is the species of wood the doors, cabinets or refacing material will be made from. Please look through some samples of our different styles and contact your design consultant to visit our showroom and see many more choices for your new kitchen or bathroom remodel. Hover over the image to see the door style name.
Cabinet Wood Species
We love the way natural variations of real wood shows through our custom stains. Because of this, stain finishes can have minor color and grain variation between the doors and allows the natural aspects of the wood to speak for itself. This means that the wood species you choose for your kitchen cabinets matters and will affect the look of your kitchen. We currently stock select maple, paint grade maple, cherry, select alder, rustic alder, hickory, and sapele. Hover over the image to see the wood species name.
Custom Stains & Tinted Lacquer Finishes
All of our stains are hand-applied will never hide the natural beauty of our wood doors. Our custom stains are made to extenuate tour hand crafted doors and beautiful wood species. Our stains are all hand applied; this old school way of applying finishes is what keeps our stains from looking painted on. This is a selection of our custom stains. Hover over the image to see the custom stain name.
Our tinted lacquer is a top coat mixed with pigments in order to give you that perfect painted look with a much harder and more durable finish that can be cleaned and taken care of as needed. You can choose either MDF or paint grade maple for all our tinted lacquer
finishes. Cabinet Cures can color match any Sherwin Williams color. This is a selection of our Tinted Lacquers. Hover over the image to see the door style name.
Our glazes are applied wet over the entire door, left to dry and then wiped back off as a powder. Each and every door is done by hand and is individually inspected to guarantee that custom look that we expect. After glazing is complete, we then apply a clear top coat to protect its look for many years to come. This is a selection of our custom glazes. Hover over the image to see the door style name.