If you’re looking to refresh veneer kitchen cabinets in your home that are looking worse for wear, there are several options available. The most obvious solution is to replace them; however, this is a time-consuming and costly process. If you’re happy with the layout of your cabinetry and don’t want to change other design elements, such as your countertops, there are better, more affordable options. How can you refinish your veneer cabinets and restore them to their former glory?
Traditional Cabinet Refinishing
This solution will only work if the veneer on your cabinets is made from natural wood and is still in relatively good condition. You’ll find the process is similar to refinishing solid wood cabinets. Start by cleaning and sanding the surface, making sure to avoid removing too much of the veneer in the process. Then repair any minor damage and apply the paint or stain of your choice. Finally, you’ll want to seal your refinished cabinets to preserve their look over the long term.
Cabinet refacing is suitable for cabinets that have extensive wear or that are made from materials other than wood. This process involves leaving your cabinet boxes in place and applying a cabinet refacing veneer. Then, brand-new doors, drawer fronts, and hardware are installed, resulting in a completely refreshed look. This option allows for greater design flexibility than cabinet refinishing, as you can choose from a wide array of colors and styles for your cabinet refacing veneer as well as your new doors and drawer fronts.
Cabinet Refacing & Refinishing From Home Solutions by Kurtis
Whether you choose cabinet refacing or refinishing to update the cabinetry in your home, you can count on Home Solutions by Kurtis to provide an exceptional value for your investment. For our cabinet refacing, we use only premium quality veneer and custom-crafted door and drawer replacements to match your specific preferences. And, for refinishing, we use a rigorous, 7-point process to provide a rejuvenated look that lasts.
Contact Home Solutions by Kurtis today to learn more about how we can reface or refinish your veneer cabinets.