Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Cabinet Refacing

Cabinet refacing is a minor kitchen remodel option that focuses on upgrading existing elements of your kitchen. This is a great way to give your kitchen a facelift at a fraction of the cost of a complete remodel. There are many things that you can do with a cabinet refacing, including:

 

Change texture of cabinets

Replace your cabinets with a different texture, such as bead board. It’s a style that never goes out of date. A bead board cabinet face is an affordable cabinet refacing option which can transform your cabinets! The best part about bead board is that it is mold resistant, easy to repaint, and comes in a variety of pattern options that will complement your taste.

 

Repurpose function of cabinets/drawers

Repurpose cabinets to allow for better organization and functionality in your kitchen. For that pesky corner cabinet, consider having a Lazy Susan installed to easily access more items in your cabinet. LFI can also install many other organizational items for your cabinets, including a door that slides out a hidden garbage bin, drawers with spice racks, roll out cabinet drawers, adjustable shelves, and pull out shelves.

 

Change accessories

Install new hardware and modern hinges to the cabinets. Swap out old external hinges for three-way adjustable self closing hinges on the inside of cabinet. Make drawers quieter with soft closing drawer glides. New knobs and pulls will also enhance your cabinet refacing.

 

Cabinet refacing is done in a week or less! Our expert craftsmen custom fit our cabinet refacing system perfectly to any type of kitchen. The finished appearance and quality of a kitchen by Let’s Face It is comparable to new custom cabinetry, at a much lower cost. We use premium wood doors and drawer faces for our projects.

 

For more information about cabinet refacing by LFI Kitchens, call us today at (215) 343-2600. We proudly service the Delaware Valley, including Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County, Chester County and Philadelphia.

 

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