Before and After Examples
When the color of the kitchen cabinets are
to be changed to a new stained color the doors and drawers are stripped,
sanded, stained, and finished in the shop and the frames are stripped,
sanded, stained, and finished in the home. Here are some examples of what
some cabinets looked like before and after this processs.
The above kitchen is an oak kitchen stripped and stained with a white stain for a whitewash effect.
Here I did the opposite of what I usually do,
I stripped and refinished a whitewashed oak kitchen that had turned yellowish
and stained it a medium brown finish, this can be very difficult to do
and get it too look good because often a lot of the white color will not
come out of the deep oak grains, but in this instance I was able to get
enough of it out.
This is an oak kitchen that was stained very dark, I stripped and stained it light oak, since some of the dark stain remains in the deep grains it would be impossible to get it to a totally natural oak color, but with this light oak stain the grains just look pleasantly highlighted.
This kitchen was originally finished
in an antiqued avocado painted finish, I stripped and stained it in a dark
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