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Cabinet Refacing

Remodel Your Kitchen Without a Major Renovation

Cabinet refacing is a cost-effective way to give your kitchen a whole new look by replacing cabinet door and drawer fronts and veneering the exterior of the cabinet boxes.

Your kitchen layout stays the same and the existing cabinets remain in place, so you avoid the inconveniences of a major renovation while still getting a noticeable return on investment.

Enhancements like glass doors, light valances, crown moulding, new hardware and other accessories can easily be added for a more customized look.

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When to Reface

If you like the current layout of your kitchen and the interiors of your cabinets are in good condition, your kitchen is a great candidate for cabinet refacing. The advantages of this type of project are:

  • The look of a kitchen makeover with less expense, mess and time.
  • Professional installation in two to five days, including project management from start to finish.
  • No hidden plumbing or electrical costs and no need to redecorate or change the flooring.
  • A wide variety of traditional and contemporary door styles and finishes to choose from.
  • Decorative hardware, moulding and other accessories available for a fully customizable look.
  • All cabinet installers are background checked, insured and licensed for a great service experience.

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How It's Done

New cabinet faces are installed in six simple steps:

Step 1

All existing doors, drawer fronts and hinges are removed.

Step 2

Cabinet surfaces are prepared for matching coverings.

Step 2

Matching coverings are applied to all visible exteriors of the cabinets in laminate, vinyl or matching veneer.

Step 4

Coverings are trimmed for the perfect fit.

Step 5

New doors, drawer fronts, hinges and handles are installed.

Step 6

The new look is complete. Crown moulding, light valances and other accessories can be added for decor and functionality.

Doors

Doors are the most visible component of your cabinets and the key element in transforming the look of your kitchen. The Home Depot offers a large selection of doors for cabinet refacing, including the following:


THERMO Collection


The Thermo Collection consists of one-piece rigid engineered thermofoil doors, which are available in a large number of styles and in both solid and wood-grain finishes that can be mixed and matched to fit your remodelling needs. Doors come standard with a white back, but blended backs are also available for most Thermo colours.

10600 Summer Flame

10500 Secret Maple

1360 Noce V

1300 Tobacco Cherry

10600 Summer Flame

10300 Chocolate Pear

10200 Cherry Blossom

1100 Libretti

900 Wenge

10500 Secret Maple

9100 Rustik Cherry

7500 Antique White (Cathedral)

7000 Chocolate Pear

5000 Bourbon Cherry

4000 Alpine White

2000 Wild Apple (Arch)


Prestige Collection


The Prestige Collection includes five-piece engineered decorative cabinet doors. The door mouldings are wrapped in polyester or thermofoil and cut and assembled in a similar fashion as wood doors, giving them a real wood-grain appearance at a lower price point.

SK00 Antique White

EL02 Natural Walnut

EL00 Summer Flame

DE09 White Lacquer

DE00 Dark Walnut

CS00 Tuxedo


STAINED WOOD Collection


The Stained Wood Collection includes high-quality mitred mortise and tenon wood doors, which are available with solid or plywood panels in oak, maple and cherry. Six stains covering the light to dark colour spectrum are available in all three wood types.

York, Cayenne Oak

Vermont, Honey Maple

Sherbrooke, Cognac Cherry

Richmond, Spice Oak

Manhattan, Espresso Cherry

Laval, Ginger Maple

Collection Thermo Prestige Stained Wood
Number of Door Styles 14 6 6
Number of Door Colours 18 14 (depending on style chosen) 6 (3 different wood types: Oak, Maple, Cherry)
Price Point $ $$ $$$
Material Notes One-piece rigid thermofoil doors available in a variety of styles and colours. Five-piece engineered doors with changing grain direction to replicate the look of real wood. Solid wood panels (not veneer-covered MDF) for a long-lasting high-quality look.

Going a Step Further: Accessories and Update Options

A cabinet refacing project can be combined with a number of other kitchen updates for a fully customizable look. These updates include:

Glass Doors

Glass doors are available as frame-only or with mullions (a grid-like pattern) in the Thermo and Stained Wood Collections. Prestige glass doors are available in frame-only.

Countertops, Sinks, Faucets and Kitchen Islands

New laminate countertops, sinks, faucets and kitchen islands can be installed to complement your new cabinet faces.

Drawer Boxes

New drawer boxes can be added to fix the problem of sticky drawers.

Pot and Pan Conversions

A standard door base cabinet can be retrofitted with new drawer boxes and fronts to become a set of pot and pan drawers - an excellent storage option.

Crown Moulding and Light Valances

Crown moulding and light valances can be installed along the edges of the cabinetry and are available to match all door styles and finishes.

Cabinets

Additional cabinets can be installed to increase the amount of kitchen storage. Handles and hinges can also be updated.

Refrigerator and Range Hood Panels

Customize the look of your kitchen with panels for your refrigerator and range hood.

Pull-Out Garbage Containers

Keep your trash out of sight by adding a pull-out garbage container.

  

Ready to get started?

Explore our vast selection of kitchen products, and then begin your project using the six simple steps above! Always remember: every update goes a long way. Start small and gradually build up to your dream kitchen!

  

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