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Cabinet Doors for Your Custom Kitchen Cabinets

Cabinet Doors for Your Custom Kitchen Cabinets

2020-08-08

For those that have a passion for woodworking, building custom kitchen cabinets can be fun yet tedious and challenging. With all the etching, routing, and engraving you need to do to develop beautiful results, it saves time to build your cabinets online through customized options. Cabinet doors are the most important part of your kitchen cabinets because they are what everyone sees, not to mention uses. Therefore, choosing the right cabinet doors for your custom kitchen cabinets is very important, especially since it will accent the room and the home, as well as increase real estate value.Expl
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How to Stain and Seal Your Wooden Cabinets

How to Stain and Seal Your Wooden Cabinets

2020-07-21

Wooden cabinets have an enduring appeal that many homeowners love. But they do need some care and attention, especially when you install new wooden cabinets that have not previously been stained or sealed. Once this has been done, maintenance will be minimized and all you will normally need to do is keep them clean. Even a clear sealer will change the color of wood a little, but it will also bring out the natural color hue and will enhance the grain too. From left to right: white oak, red oak, and beech. The stain – if you use one – and sealer chosen for wooden kitchen cabinets
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10 Ideas for Kitchen Cabinet Doors

10 Ideas for Kitchen Cabinet Doors

2019-10-15

Bland or boring cabinetry?  Your environment has a huge impact on how you feel every day. One of the easiest ways to give any room a makeover is by changing up the cabinets. By adding some paint, texture, or unique hardware, you can transform the look and feel of any room. Here are 10 ideas to spice up your kitchen cabinet doors. 1. Paint Your Cabinets One of the easiest ways to makeover your cabinets is by adding a fresh coat of paint. You can do so by doing the following: ● Remove the cabinet door. ● Remove any dirt and grease with trisodium phosphate (TSP), and sand away
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​The Strongest Wood for Your Kitchen Cabinet Doors

​The Strongest Wood for Your Kitchen Cabinet Doors

2018-12-19

Oak and hickory are some of the strongest, most reliable wood species available for custom cabinet doors. They generally cost more, but they mix beauty with long-lasting reliability. If you want doors that resist impacts and warping, these two would be good choices. Oak in particular has uniquely attractive grain markings, is super strong and durable for long life, and takes less damage during cleaning.Maple is softer but still quite durable. It's shock and abrasive resistant with a highly decorative wood grain while being hard, stiff, and smooth to the touch, and less prone to warping and ben
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What are Some Materials Used for Kitchen Cabinets?

What are Some Materials Used for Kitchen Cabinets?

2018-12-19

Oak and Hickory woods are very strong and so they can handle lots of movement. Maple is hard and stiff to keep straight for a long time while Cherry has lightweight advantages, in combination with good strength and a beautiful wood grain. Alder is a softer hardwood, but is harder than pine so it is commonly used as a cabinet door frame, but it can be used as the panel. Ridged Thermofoil (RTF) cabinet doors are NOT really wood, but look like it and have a higher price tag to reflect their dent and stain resistance, as well as not being able to peel or bubble. We'd love to help you start buildin
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What is Cabinet Door Refacing?

What is Cabinet Door Refacing?

2018-12-19

Rather than replace all the cabinets, you can simply reface them. Refacing cabinets consists of installing all new kitchen cabinet doors and cabinet drawer fronts onto the existing cabinets and drawer boxes. All the old knobs, pulls and hinges may be replaced, as well. And the cabinet face frames and any exposed cabinet ends are veneered or painted to match the finish on the new doors and drawer fronts.Refacing existing cabinets is much faster, neater and cheaper than ripping out all the old cabinets and installing new ones. A full kitchen remodel can take upwards of 6 weeks from beginning to
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CabinetNow Featured On DIY Network!

CabinetNow Featured On DIY Network!

2018-12-02

Pictured here are CabinetNow.com's plank cabinet doors in paint grade maple, painted navy blue. Contractor/Host James Young says "Navy blue is the new grey when it comes to cabinet doors". Last Tuesday's episode featured Shelly, a young homeowner that bought a 1950's fixer-upper because she figured it was "a good investment". After fixing up and remodeling most of the house she found herself unsatisfied with the "chaotic", "outdated" and "disorganized" kitchen. Shelly shares her house with three roommates and they all agreed; the kitchen was old, cramped and in need of a renova
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3 Reasons To Consider A Kitchen Remodel

3 Reasons To Consider A Kitchen Remodel

2018-03-15

Whether it is cooking or cleaning, most people spend more time in their kitchen than they think. Keeping this in mind, you need to ensure that your kitchen is functional and beautiful. The functionality of your kitchen is essential and if it is no longer working for you might need to consider a kitchen remodel.A kitchen remodel takes time and is a decision that should not be made quickly. But how do you know when it’s time to call in a designer and upgrade? To make your decision easier, here are three signs that you may need to consider a kitchen remodel. 1. You Don't Have Enough Space
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Incorporating Appliances

2018-03-01

Planning a kitchen isn’t rocket science, but there are a lot of elements to be considered. These include the supply of electricity, sometimes gas, water in the form of plumbing, as well as the inclusion of kitchen cabinets, shelves, cupboards, and appliances, depending of course on what is needed.If the planning process is approached logically there should not be any negative issues. Start with a basic outline of the room indicating all structural features (doors, windows and so on) as well as plug points and existing plumbing connections.Decide where the major activity centers will be. This
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How to Clean And Care for Kitchen Cabinets

How to Clean And Care for Kitchen Cabinets

2018-03-01

It really is a no-brainer that when you clean and care for your belongings they will last longer. This, of course, applies to the clothes you wear as much as the cabinets you use in your home. Proper cleaning and caring for your kitchen cabinets will help extend their longevity and save you money!Similarly, like clothing that needs to be treated according to the fabric it is made from, cabinets must be maintained in keeping with the material from which they were made as well as the finishes that have been applied.While spills and splashes (especially those from cooking) often need special atte
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Cabinet Doors: Not Just For Kitchens Or Bathrooms

Cabinet Doors: Not Just For Kitchens Or Bathrooms

2018-03-01

Once upon a time, every room in the house utilized freestanding furniture for storage. Large cupboards, chests of drawers, dressing tables, Welsh dressers, and a multitude of other suitable items for storage were used in kitchens, in living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms. They were functional and often beautiful. But as our homes became more streamlined and living spaces decreased in size there was a move towards more modular storage units that could be built in to save valuable space.In addition to keeping belongings neatly stored behind closed doors, the value of built-in units is that th
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How To Touch Up Finished Cabinets

How To Touch Up Finished Cabinets

2018-03-01

However careful we are, both ordinary wear and tear and accidental damage can result in dings and scratches on kitchen cabinets. These are generally not serious enough to justify stripping and refinishing the cabinets, and in most cases not sufficient to require refacing or replacing the cabinet doors, although this sometimes is the only answer.Wood kitchen cabinets are often finished with polyurethane a popular wood sealer that is available in oil- and water-based forms, in matt and gloss finishes. While either may be used to seal kitchen cabinets made of solid wood, water-based products are
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Checklist For A New Kitchen

Checklist For A New Kitchen

2018-03-01

Planning a new kitchen from scratch can be a daunting task. The challenge is to establish your priorities at the start so that you know exactly what is needed, and what the project will cost. It stands to reason that changes in the planning stages won’t impact on your finances, but those made once the remodel project is underway probably will. Whether you are planning to do the job yourself or to hire either a company or specialist subcontractors to do it for you, the starting point is the structure you have to work with. This includes walls, floor, ceiling, doors and windows, as well as
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Kitchen Cabinet Configurations

Kitchen Cabinet Configurations

2018-02-28

What to Know when Choosing your Kitchen CabinetsFinding the best kind of kitchen cabinets can be a confusing task to tackle, especially with so many different aesthetic styles and uniquely functioning designs available for consumers to choose between. Your base cabinets made the foundation for your kitchen, so knowing what you need is vital. To clear things up and make choosing cabinets a little easier, read over our quick guide here to get a better grasp on common cabinet vocabulary and learn the basics on what to look for when browsing around on your own.Cabinet TypesOne of the first th
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How to Clean Your Cabinets like a Pro

How to Clean Your Cabinets like a Pro

2018-02-23

Best cabinet care practices aren't always easy to come by. With so many different options in cabinet doors, types of cleaners, and cleaning materials, it can be hard to know who to trust. At Cabinetnow.com, we are experts at saving you time and money to make your cabinets last a long time. We know you put a lot of time (and money!) into your kitchen renovations. That’s why we want to help you preserve your cabinets and make them look just as amazing 10 years from now as they did when you first installed them. 1. Use A Basic Water And Soap Mixture (Laundry Detergent Works Great) And Clea
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Cabinet Refacing: Putting On A Pretty Face

Cabinet Refacing: Putting On A Pretty Face

2018-02-23

If you’re the kind of shopper who has trouble making up their mind, then you’re going to need a little extra time to pick out cabinet doors for your kitchen-refacing project. That’s because we currently offer nearly 180 different doors, covering styles ranging from traditional to contemporary and everything in between. And our doors come in eight different wood species, making your choice even more challenging. Of course the upside of all these options is that you’re absolutely sure to find the perfect door for your new kitchen at a price that fits your budget. Our  ca
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How To Pick The Right Wood Species

How To Pick The Right Wood Species

2018-02-21

Here are some recommendations when considering how to approach this process:1) Paint grade MDF is only for painting, you never want to finish MDF.2) Many woods stain well, but Alder is the most reasonable wood species that can be stained to look like more expensive materials such as cherry. Alder is a softer material than cherry.3) Maple finishes wonderful as a clear coat, but tends to become blotchy when applying a dark color finish. You cannot finish maple with a dark color without applying special sealers first.4) Oak is the easiest to stain, but is a little outdated in our industry. Howev
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New Cabinet Doors by Not Just Another Housewife

New Cabinet Doors by Not Just Another Housewife

2014-02-15

This fall, we decided to reach out to a fantastic blogger in need of a cabinet makeover. Stacy Risenmay of the blog Notjustahousewife.net fit the bill perfectly and happened to be in need of a kitchen cabinet reface!  What is a cabinet reface? Cabinet refacing is a great way to save money during a remodel because only the cabinet doors get replaced. If the cabinet boxes are sturdy and have no damage to them, then it makes sense to only replace the part everyone, especially the homeowner, sees on a daily basis. The look of a complete cabinet replacement with only the cost
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