The Right Color Stain for Your Kitchen Door Replacement Project
by Greg Keefer
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
Researching ideas for refacing kitchen door replacement colors can be a mind boggling experience. Where can you find the color that matches the rest of the kitchen? Are Internet supply sources a tremendous resource? How much does a refacing project cost?
Tips for Choosing Kitchen Door Replacement Stain
If you're looking for answers to these and other questions, here's where you need to start.
- Internet Searches. Surf the Internet for kitchen door replacement colors for options. You'll find everything from from Sears' experts to do the job to helpful resources like color splotches to products such as specialty stains. Focus your search tightly on the subject if you're looking for stains you can buy over the Web. Try searches such as "kitchen door stain colors" or "cabinet stain colors".
- Local Home Improvement Retail Stores. Places like Home Depot, Menards, or Lowe's are loaded with salesmen with varying levels of hands-on experience and creative ideas. A sympathetic store clerk can handle special order stains or even give you tips on how to find your dream color. Many companies offer color splotches you can take home for on-site inspections in your kitchen. Take a sample with you if you already have a color in mind.
- Prices Matter. Comparison shopping between inexpensive stains and higher quality products is an important consideration for budget-minded stainers. Enough stain for a kitchen door replacement project can usually be bought from between $7 and $8 to about $11 or $12, as a ballpark figure.
A little effort in searching for the perfect replacement color for your kitchen cabinets pays off in big dividends. You'll beautify your cabinets and enjoy the refreshing new look for years to come. Sources:
About the Author
Greg Keefer is a do-it-yourselfer with lots of experience in how to do things right and how to do them wrong. He enjoys sharing his experience with the hope of