Cabinet refinishing in white, with new shaker style doors

June 3rd, 2018 Posted by admin

A recent project we completed included a white finish and door and drawer front replacement in a shaker style with slab style drawer fronts. One think we usually included with this type of cabinet project, is a large overlay. This means that the doors and drawer fronts cover most of the cabinet frames, giving an […]

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Grapevine Cabinets is now using pigmented lacquer for painted finishes

August 9th, 2017 Posted by admin

Grapevine Cabinets is now using pigmented lacquer for painted finishes! What is that, you say? Well, think of it as similar to paint, but add the characteristics of thin viscosity and hardness. These are important when it comes to refinishing cabinets because you want a fine, hard finish that can stand up to the impact […]

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Should I reface or refinish???

March 8th, 2016 Posted by admin

Often, the course of action for improving existing cabinetry is unclear. Other than to tear it all out and start over, homeowners are presented with a common question: “Should we refinish these outdated cabinets or reface them?” Well, the answer can depend on many factors which should be contemplated. Among them are budget, desired appearance, and existing condition. These are key for many people […]

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