Chipped and worn corners and sides
Feature wall lacked storage. Ugly chicken wire doors that didn't close. White bead board and toekick didn't match the dark gray paint. Latex paint one cabinets was gummy and peeling.
Plain builder grade island, no molding
Bead board added to the ends of base cabinets, island back and sides
Trim added to island back and sides
Crown molding add to wall cabinets. Hinges replaced pulls and knobs added.
Cabinet above refrigerator had been raised to accommodate larger fridge. We added trim above lower cabinets before adding crown to even out the heights.
Pass through painted to match island
Ivory thermal foil doors were beginning to de-laminate.
Homeowner fell in-love with the darker color doors loving the way it contrasted with their countertops. To keep the kitchen from looking too dark they went lighter for the wall cabinets.
The back of the peninsula was plain drywall. To give it more weight and tie it to the kitchen we added door panels and trim.
Cabinet doors were a cream color, but the cabinet boxes were white. Door material wasn't paintable.
Matching door panels added to cabinet ends for a finished look and to cover any differences in cabinet color.
These cabinets had previously been painted with a DIY glazing kit.
Pantry had a diamond pattern the homeowner had grown tired of. Hinges were painted over and no longer functioning at their best.
Heavily painted older doors were cracked and splitting.
Original finish was showing a lot of wear. Homeowners wanted their kitchen light and bright for resale.
Cracked and peeling finish
Below are before and after photos of 2 small condo kitchens.
Both used Decorative Laminate Veneer doors, a great product and a great price point.
The first condo the owner was updating after purchasing, and the second was a updating a rental to improve appearance and rental income.
Old oak cabinets. Doors were water damaged. Wall cabinets shorter than usual.
Doors and hinges replaced. Trim added to bottom of wall cabinets for a more finished look.
No cabinet or soffit over the refrigerator. Three large doors over the sink.
Cabinet added over the refrigerator for a more finished look. Changed the large center door over the sink to two doors for more interest.
Another view of the cabinet added above the refrigerator.
Date, peeling laminate doors.
New bright white doors brighten the small space with no windows.
Old laminate doors were yellowed and stale.
Bright and airy, owner added a new counter top and matching white appliances. The new tenant will love it, and the owner will be able to raise the rent!
We update kitchens without demolition. Specializing in cabinet painting and cabinet refacing.
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Fresh Faced Cabinets, Crestwood, MO 63126. 314-270-2747. Refacing@FreshFacedCabinets.com
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