Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
When you just need one replacement kitchen doorby Shannon Lee
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
Things happen. Maybe it was something as simple as dropping that hot dish fresh out of the oven, where it gouged a small hole in your cabinet and, just for good measure, covered the whole thing with lasagna. Maybe it was a not-so-innocent kick that connected with the cabinet door right after you broke that beloved vase. Either way, you have a single kitchen cabinet door that needs replacement. Where do you start?
Only one replacement kitchen door needed
If you're replacing a cabinet door that was bought stock, you're in luck. Brands like IKEA offer stock doors that can be replaced with a simple trip down to the store or a few clicks online. If you have custom doors, unique finishes or a particular stain, finding that one replacement kitchen door can be much harder. Try out these options:
Sometimes, all the effort in the world doesn't wind up with a perfect match. In that case, refacing all the kitchen doors might be your best bet. When you're ready to fix the problem, get in touch with a pre-screened, certified contractor who can give you a list of options and help you make your kitchen look new again.