Some photos of our completed cabinet refacing projects
Outside cabinets refaced in Maple framed Shaker style
Simple, clean lines update the look
Dark oak cabinets refaced in solid maple with glazed off-white finish
Originally golden oak stock cabinets, refaced in cherry with dramatic Java stain
These cabinets in Glen Ellyn were refaced in maple with a linen white finish and no glaze. The inside edge of the doors has a subtle arch profile that is echoed in the crown molding.
I used a simple, recessed panel door style which is typical of the mission, shaker and craftsman styles. The center panel is actually solid cherry, instead of the plywood which is more typical in a ‘stock cabinet’.
I refaced these cabinets with maple stock, prefinished in a glazed vanilla. Added a crown molding with dentil trim and used a seeded glass in the door. The end result fit the character of the 1925 bungalow in St. Charles, Illinois.
Refaced the outside cabinets in solid-color, distressed Ebony and the island in cream with a glaze. Also installed bun-feet under island to create the appearance of a separate piece of furniture.
Okay, this project was a little outside my usual scope of work. It’s an 18 foot sea kayak that I built of western red cedar, northern white cedar, redwood, mahogany and ash. (We can’t spend all our time working!)