Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
5 smart ideas for unfinished wood doorsby Shannon Lee
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
Have you been looking at cabinet refacing options for several months, but haven't seen anything that truly speaks to you yet? Is it tough to find the cabinets that look exactly like the vision you have in your head? If that's the case, maybe it is time to start from scratch.
Unfinished wood doors offer versatility
Most cabinet doors come already stained, painted or otherwise decorated and ready for hanging. In fact, a refacing project can take only a few days and leave you with cabinets that look like a talented craftsman worked on them for months. But if you are looking for something very unique, the usual product lines might not have what you want, and custom work can be prohibitively expensive.
Purchasing unfinished wood doors can be a good option that showcases your creative side. There are many things you can do with doors and drawers like this; here are a few ideas.
As an added bonus, the unfinished wood drawers and cabinets usually cost much less than fronts that have been finished in the factory. This leaves you with more money in the budget to create a kitchen that is uniquely you.