Should you paint your kitchen cabinets, replace them completely or reface them?
Whether you are planning a simple kitchen cabinets refresh or a complete renovation, deciding what to do about your cabinets is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make. Replacing your kitchen cabinets can cost close to 50 percent of your total kitchen renovation budget. Functional cabinets can mean the difference between a kitchen that works and one that doesn’t.
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We added some drama and sophistication to these tired-looking oak cabinets with a dark-painted base and a black overglaze.
The powder room walls and barrel vault ceiling below are finished with a custom silver leaf technique.
From outdated to sophisticated, we transformed this powder room by using hand-applied silver leaf on the walls and punctuating original woodwork black.
The dining room barrel vault ceiling was previously white. It became a stunning addition by optimizing the beauty and reflectivity of hand-applied silver leaf.
Below, we updated rather than replacing a 15 year old kitchen with a new color and enhancement of the existing architectural details with gold paint.
This wine bar was part of a kitchen update. We painted it grey and then added a black chiffon glaze to tie it in with the existing backsplash.
The original cabinets were builder grade and dated. Painted cabinets are ever so popular, but a lot of homeowners still love the look of wood. That was the case for this project so we renewed them with a walnut gel stain.
Oh, what a difference! We updated the cherry cabinets below by painting them with a soft solid taupe color with an overglaze.
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