Images of the process of refinishing and painting kitchen cabinets. After carefully removing all of the cabinet doors and drawers, every surface has to be thoroughly sanded, and any needed cosmetic repairs are made to the underlying wood at this stage. And then we apply a stain-blocking primer to prevent the color of the original wood from bleeding through the layers of new paint, which is the last step.
View photos of the repainted kitchen cabinets, here: White Kitchen Cabinets Refinished, in Piedmont
While repainting is a much cheaper option than tearing out the old and installing brand-new factory-painted-and-baked cabinets, we like to make sure our clients understand that new cabinets would be more resilient than refinished ones.
Click here to read more about the risks and rewards of refinishing vs. replacing cabinets