Cabinet Painting and Cabinet Refinishing

Do you cabinets need a face lift? Consider cabinet painting or cabinet refinishing by Tall Pines Painting.

Refinishing your kitchen cabinets is by far the most economical way to update your kitchen. This is a great option for homeowners who like the style and layout of their cabinets, but don't like color or finish.

Tall Pines Painting can apply paints, stains and glazes to create a custom finish in your preferred color choice. The most popular painted cabinets are generally shades of white or off-white; however, you can choose any color you like.

Cabinests Painted - Painting

Cabinet Painting Process

  • We first remove all hardware and mask off areas not to be painted. 
  • To prepare kitchen cabinets for primer, we clean, lightly sand and de-gloss all surfaces. 
  • After preparation work is completed, we apply 1-2 coats of primer, followed by 2-4 coats of pigmented polyurethane. 
    Pigmented Polyurethane can be matched to any color and is much more durable than paint. 
  • The exposed frame is painted in place and doors and drawers are spray painted in a closed off area. 
  • Generally it takes 3 - 5 days to complete a cabinet painting project. 
    This will vary on your kitchen size and the number of cabinets being painted.

We offer the following Cabinet Refinishing options.

  • Cabinet Painting
  • Cabinet Refinishing
  • Antique and Distressed Finishes
  • Stain and Gel Finishes
  • Solid-Color Pigmented Lacquer
  • Kitchen Cabinets, Bathroom Vanities, Entertainment Built In's- any type of cabinets

Cabinet Detail Finishing Painting

Cabinet Painting Project

Cabinet Painting: BEFORE

Cabinet Painting Before Picture

Cabinet Painting: AFTER

cabinet painting after picture

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