Cabinets

Paint & Stain

If your cabinets look more shabby than chic, or if you just want an update to their color or shade, we can give you the look you’re after at a fraction of the cost of new cabinets. You might be surprised how good your old wood cabinets can look with just a new coat of paint or a careful stain—as long as your cabinets are handled by professionals who know what they’re doing and treat your home with care.Refinishing your cabinets is a great way to modernize the look of your kitchen or bathroom, and comes at a fraction of the cost of replacing them. After taking down your cabinet doors, we’ll scrape and clean them as necessary before we paint or stain with a sprayer for a beautiful, long-lasting look.We do all the necessary prep work, and use as many coats as necessary (we recommend a semi-gloss to stand up to daily use and to keep your cabinets easy to clean) to get the look you’re after.
Cabinet Refinishing 1

Step #1a

IM Painting will remove, mark and label all doors & hardware prior to refinishing.

Step #1b

This is ensures proper fit and replacement to the completed project. Cover and protect all areas not to be painted.
Cabinet Refinishing 2
Cabinet Refinishing 3

Step #2a

Apply toned sealer coat to all areas. Note: sealer coat color will vary depending on desired finish.

Step #2b

Application of first glaze coat. Note: Multiple glaze and clear sealer coats will be applied depending on desired finish.
Cabinet Refinishing 4
Cabinet Refinishing 5

Step #3a

Apply toned sealer coat to doors and drawers. Note: Sealer coat color will vary depending on desired finish.

Step #3b

Application of first glaze coat to doors and drawers.
Note: Multiple glaze and clear sealer coats will be applied depending on desired finish.

Cabinet Refinishing 6

Step #4

Cabinets are finished in a dark mahogany satin finish with new brushed steel hinges installed.