Cabinet refinishing is a great way to breathe some new life kitchen. The cabinets are one of the most visually prominent aspects in a kitchen, and a new coat of paint can make a big difference for your kitchen’s overall look and feel. Our professional painting crew at Stewart Painting can work with you to give your dull, old cabinets a refreshing makeover. With new paints and finishes, you don’t need to buy a whole new set of cabinets to create an entirely new look and make your kitchen feel new again.
Paints and Finishes
When you’re refinishing your cabinets with help from our expert painters at Stewart Painting, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of options for painting them a different color.
You may also want to consider an interesting finish. Some common types of cabinet finishes include:
A strategic sanding and distressing to create a traditional, worn-in look.
To add visual depth by using a lighter “highlight” glaze on the recessed parts of the doors and drawers.
To create an added sheen.
Create a lightly distressed look that can give relatively new cabinets the character and prestige of a priceless antique.
You can also consider painting your cabinets instead of going with a natural wood look. White is a perennial favorite in kitchens for its light, airy look. Black or a bold, bright color can lend your kitchen a modern feel, and pastel “Easter egg” colors are historically accurate for 1950s midcentury modern kitchens.
Whether you’d prefer sleek, black modern paint or an antique finish, our cabinet specialists at Stewart Painters can work with you to transform your cabinets into something refreshingly different and unique.