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Don't Tear Out Your Old Cabinets -- Reface Them!​

When you see old, worn-out, beat-up cabinets, your first thought is that it's maybe the time to tear them out and put in new ones. But you don't have to! Cabinets can be refaced at a fraction of the cost of a total replacement. If the boxes are still sound, you can transform the look of your cabinets through refacing techniques.


For years, homeowners have been praising the many benefits of RTF cabinetry, ranging from its durability to how good it looks. CABINET REFACING PROS offers a beautiful selection of premium constructed cabinet doors and drawer fronts that can be customized to any style, color, or finish that you desire. Here are some other featured benefits to help you decide:

  • Strong and durable

  • Beautiful in any décor

  • Easy to clean

  • Low maintenance compared to natural wood

  • Smooth, uniform, and consistent color (free of knots and grain patterns)

  • Waterproof

  • Nonporous

  • Warp-resistant

  • Won't twist or crack easily

  • Stanislaw Ziolkowski

Kitchen Trends For 2023 And 2024

Whether your current layout needs a complete redo or you want to change an existing color scheme, you might want to watch for current trends. The latest kitchen design and remodeling trends are all about customizing your space with unique accents in your favored range of colors, textures, patterns, materials, and fixtures. Colorful cabinetry, natural timber, decorative floor and backsplash tile, and stone sinks rule the day. The goal is to improve your cooking and storage space and add a personal touch to all kitchen components. Here are some trends for 2018 & 2019 that we would like to share with viewers and potential customers.

Kitchen Color Schemes

Warmer colors and soothing wood tones will dress up kitchens in 2018 and 2019. The butcher block island, Classic Shaker, flat painted, or wood cabinetry is always timeless. They sometimes go for a while but always come back. Consider a Pastel Color Accent Wall to add some personality.

A pastel accent wall is a perfect addition for those who like colors in their kitchens. Soft yellow, pink, green, blue, or red would complement natural wood tones and neutral color palettes beautifully and add some spice to a beautiful design.

White, Gray, and Blue Kitchens Continue to be Popular

Shades of White, Grey, and Blue kitchens are an ongoing trend and will continue. However, some other colors as black, yellow, red, or green, are used for accenting parts of cabinetry, such as islands, for example, or part of walls.

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