The time has come and you are now ready to renovate your kitchen. There is no better way to start than with a reface from Cabinet Cures. Our experts will replace your old kitchen cabinet doors and skin your cabinets in the color and style of your choice. At Cabinet Cures, your options are nearly limitless! With so much to choose from, there is a lot to think about when planning for your new kitchen. Wood species and whether you want stain, or a tinted lacquer are just a couple of the things you will need to know when getting started with new cabinet doors.
Finishing your New Cabinet Doors
Once you have decided to reface your kitchen, it is time to think about the finish you would like. Cabinet Cures offers a wide variety of stains and tinted lacquers, all of which are proprietary. Our specially formulated tinted lacquer is unlike any competitors paint product. The biggest problem with paint is that it does not bond well with wood. This means your finish will wear overtime. At Cabinet Cures, our tinted lacquer is just that, a hard coat clear lacquer, infused with various pigments needed for each color. Being mixed with a lacquer means the color actually grabs on and “locks” into the wood. This helps to ensure our finishes are built to last. If you choose a tinted lacquer color, your choice for wood species is simple, because we have our paint grade maple for that. If you would like stain though, there are several choices.
Staining your New Cabinet Doors
When choosing a stain at Cabinet Cures, you first want to pick a wood species. We offer maple, cherry, alder, oak, hickory, walnut and sapele. Our stain system is the very best. We can stain any wood species, any color. All of our stains are sprayed on and wiped off by hand. Select your wood species, or choose a few and have samples finished in your favorite colors. Colors do vary by wood species but anything is possible. Maple is a great choice for darker stains like espresso and French roast. Cherry looks great in burnt cinnamon and is a nice wood species if you want to see wood grain. These are all just examples though and the final choice is yours. Whether you choose a stain or tinted lacquer, our custom glaze is the next thing to consider.
New Cabinet Doors with Glaze
With a color idea in mind, you can start to look at the custom glazes we offer. Glaze is a dark line that shows up in the detail of any door. We have three color options for glaze to choose from. Black, chocolate and pewter. While some look best on certain colors, they all look amazing when applied to our doors. We spray on our glazes and wipe them by hand. This is a tedious task but with it we are able to achieve a beautiful, custom look. Many companies use a glaze pen and literally draw it on. This leaves the door looking like a marker was taken to the detail. The look and quality of our glaze simply cannot be beat. Glaze looks great on many of our colors, both stain and tinted lacquer.
Create your dream kitchen
Deciding to re design your kitchen may seem like a daunting task. There are many choices to be made throughout the process. A good place to start is with your new kitchen cabinet doors. Once you select a door style, wood species, and color preference, a large portion of your project is already complete. You will soon be on your way to having the kitchen of your dreams. Stop by our kitchen design center and check us out on social media to get started on your project, today!