Would you like to get an entirely new look and feel to your kitchen without having to switch out each and every cabinet and cupboard? Cabinet refacing could be the answer for you. This process is a fast and effective way of overhauling the entire look of your kitchen. You should carefully evaluate the pros and cons of cabinet refacing versus complete cabinet replacement, so that the advantages and disadvantages of cabinet refacing are completely understood. The standard process of cabinet refacing is simply to replace all of the doors, drawer fronts and handles with new ones, and so instantly giving your kitchen a whole new atmosphere. Refacing can save you a lot of money and update your kitchen cabinets in almost any style and color you can imagine.

If you want to keep the cabinet refacing cost, you can choose to have new doors made in wood veneer instead of solid wood. Also you can use the current doors and use finishing techniques like paint, new veneers, shellac, glazes, varnish, polyurethane or a new laminate to attain your desired results. Cabinet refacing can be accomplished by using non-wood materials, like glass, medium density fiberboard (MDF), copper or even stainless steel. If you choose to use these can also try to stain or