Bathroom or Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
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Are you dreaming of a new kitchen for your Harford County, CT home? DreamMaker can provide you with a full range of ideas and options. If you want on new look, but they layout of your current kitchen or bath is ok, then cabinet refacing is a great choice.
The latest styles
You have an almost unlimited choice of styles, colors, and finishes for your refaced kitchen or bathroom cabinets.
- Natural wood or dramatic colors
- A full range of door and drawer front styles including flat panel, glass front, raised panel, recessed panel or shaker
- New soft-close hinges and drawer slides are a great option
- In addition to new cabinet doors and drawers, you can also enhances the look with new cabinet hardware, which is included in our cabinet makeover service
- You can also add new features during the your refacing project like spice drawers, recycling centers, or new pantry systems. This is limited only by the space available and your imagination.
- This may be a great time to update your kitchen counter or back-splash. At DreamMaker we can help you with these choices.
By simply refacing your cabinets, you can give your entire kitchen or bath a great new look without incurring the expense of a total renovation.
Where to start your cabinet makeover
Either at your home, or in our 8000 square foot Newington design center, our experienced designer can show you choices for the styles, colors, and options available for your kitchen or bathroom refacing project.
Then, one of our cabinet specialists will carefully measure your existing cabinets so we can assemble all of the doors, drawer fronts, hardware, and other materials needed for your great kitchen or bathroom update.
Once we have all of the materials on-hand, we’ll schedule your project with you. Depending on the size of the project, we can update your kitchen or bath in two to four days, far less than a complete kitchen replacement.
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen offers expert refacing as an affordable alternative to tearing out all your cabinetry and starting over. Why? Because we want to help you get the room you want for a budget that makes sense.
If your existing cabinet framework is in working order, we can just change out the doors and drawer fronts, and add wood veneers and/or laminates to give you a great new look. Refacing is a lot quicker and a lot less disruptive than traditional remodeling.