Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
Cabinet Door Depot: An Abundance of Design Ideasby Jeffrey Anderson
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
Now that you've decided to upgrade your kitchen's appearance by refacing the cabinets, what's the next step? Do you want to simply renew their look or is it time to go in a completely different direction? If you aren't sure what you want to do or even what your choices are, you might want to visit a cabinet door depot.
Cabinet Door Depot: A Fashion Show for Cabinets
You've probably never heard of cabinet door depots, but with the wide array of door and drawer styles and finishes now offered by cabinet companies a door depot can make it easy to see what options are available for your project. A depot usually has drawer fronts and doors on display so you can compare pricing and finishes between different styles and get an idea of how they may look in your kitchen.
If you plan on using pre-finished doors for your refacing project, the finishes you see at a depot should be pretty close to what you'll receive if you order from that company. A DIYer who plans on doing their own staining or painting can see different door styles and construction methods and may even get some finishing ideas. A few places you can find cabinet door depots:
Online cabinet door depots can be very convenient, but if you're planning on purchasing pre-finished doors and drawer fronts, you may want to order some finish samples as colors may be a little different than what you see on your computer's screen.
About the Author
Jeffrey Anderson has a Degree in English from V.M.I., and served as an officer in the Marine Corps. He worked in Residential and Commercial construction management for 25 years before retiring to write full time. He spends his time writing, remodeling