When you’re looking for an efficient and effective way to transform the beauty of your kitchen, updating your cabinetry is the way to go. Think about it: How much wall space do your cabinets occupy? The answer is a lot, of course, so changing your cabinet fronts can do wonders for the aesthetic of your kitchen as a whole. Perhaps your cabinets are in fine shape overall, but they could use a refreshed appearance. That’s exactly what you can get when you partner with Kitchen Saver®.
Our Custom Cabinet Renewal projects are based on cabinet refacing, which is a process that keeps your existing cabinet boxes intact while updating their exteriors with new doors and drawers. It’s important that you choose wisely when investing in a new look for your cabinets, as it will set the tone for the rest of your kitchen’s design. With that in mind, consider the different types of cabinet materials you’ll choose between for your project:
Wood is beautifully classic. It can add charm and prestige to any room, regardless of how it’s used. When you invest in furniture-grade wood for your newly updated cabinets, you’ll enjoy the variety of looks available. At Kitchen Saver, we offer maple, cherry, and oak, plus we have a wide selection of colors and finishes for you to choose from. Whether you prefer the fine, even grain of maple, the dramatic contrasts in cherry, or the strong, open grain of oak, you’ll love how much wood cabinetry can do for the beauty of your kitchen.
Laminate cabinets are crafted by fusing polymer resins and paper through pressure and heat. It’s a versatile material that can beautifully mimic the appearance of wood or painted cabinetry. Laminate is known to be exceptionally easy to clean, plus it’s available in a seemingly unending variety of colors and designs, so you can be sure that you’ll find the perfect look for your kitchen’s design.
Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF)
Medium-density fiberboard is an engineered wood composite material that has become exceptionally popular among homeowners. Made from wood fibers, MDF cabinets have a higher density than some other options and usually come with a layer of wood veneer or laminate. You can’t stain or paint this material, but that doesn’t stop us from offering it in a stunning variety of colors.
Benefit From Cabinet Refacing & So Much More When You Partner With Us
No matter your preferred cabinet material, you’ll be in good hands when you turn to Kitchen Saver for one of our Custom Cabinet Renewal projects. We can transform the appearance of your cabinets and completely refresh the entire tone of your kitchen. But we don’t stop at your cabinets, as our process is much more thorough. You can take steps toward having your dream kitchen, as we can install modern sinks and fixtures, new countertops, under-cabinet lighting, and space-saving storage accessories as part of your Custom Cabinet Renewal. The goal for our team is to provide you with the benefits of a full kitchen remodel for a fraction of the price you would expect to pay.
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If you’d like to know more about the different types of cabinet materials we offer or you’re ready to start discussing a project with Kitchen Saver, reach out to us today. We can’t wait to hear from you!