Cabinet Finishes

Cabinet Finishes

Solid

The solid color finish is the simplest finish. It produces a fresh, modern look that can anchor a kitchen with a complex countertop, backsplash, or floor pattern. This is our most popular finish by far! We have a variety of sample doors with our most popular whites and espressos. For kitchens that have natural wood cabinets, as opposed to medium density fiber (MDF), rigid thermafoil (RTF), or another material, most of our clients like to see a little of the original wood grain texture.

Full Glaze Or Antiquing

“Glazing” is a special technique that highlights the grain and adds a multi-dimensional look to the finish. It is also known as a “rub” or “wash.” To produce this effect, our artisan hand-rubs the glaze into the wood’s natural grain after the cabinets are coated, or he produces a faux wood effect if there is no grain. We then apply a clear coat of urethane over everything to seal in the finish.

We can produce light, medium and heavy glazes in a variety of tones. We listen very carefully to our clients to determine the desired level of the glaze. Our most popular glaze is mocha that looks great with several different colors.

Accent/Pinstripe Glaze

An “accent” or “pinstripe” glaze is another accent that can either accompany glazing or be done alone with a solid color finish. This refers to an accent line applied on the edges of the doors and drawers.

Our tried and true skills and techniques will along with your personality will help turn your vision for your kitchen or bath into reality!. Our experts will give you all the advice and guidance you need to achieve your goals and exceed your expectations.

Add more value to your home by improving your cabinets without overpaying! If you're you looking for a low-cost way to upgrade your kitchen or bath, Colors on Cabinets has many different options for you to explore. Call us for a free estimate so we can get started on your project!

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Dallas County & Denton County (east of I-35E) Call (214) 842-7611

Tarrant County & Denton County (west of I-35E) Call (817) 751-0241