Amy for Georgia Kitchen and Bath Design's Profile
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There are some great refacing products out there. I know, I used to picture cheap-drawer-liner-looking-diy-gone-bad tackiness too. But believe me there are great wood grains, thermafoils, and paints/stains to choose from and you really have to study them to tell the difference. They have come a long way in the last few years. A word of caution: this is not a diy job, use a trusted professional who has access to quality products, the right training and the best tools. You should receive completely new (solid wood or mdf) doors and drawer fronts and a matching refacing veneer applied to all the boxes. You can also choose from many styles of mouldings to go with your new look. Check it out!
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