Kitchen Cabinet Refacing New HampshireCraftsman Kitchen, Boston

Our New England customers typically save up to half the cost of buying new custom cabinets. By preserving your existing cabinetry, you can save enough to truly create the kitchen of your dreams. This makes cabinet refacing a second-to-none money saving option for your kitchen remodeling project. You can finally upgrade to a luxury counter-top, add storage accessories, decorative moldings…build in all of those bells and whistles you might have otherwise gone without due to budget concerns.

Example of an arts and crafts kitchen design in Boston —  Houzz
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cyg126 wrote:Dec 30, 2014
  • Sherry Murray
    What about in Rochester, NY
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    Kitchen Saver
    Oh, I'm sorry, you're just a bit too north for us. We pride ourselves on our reviews here and on AngiesList, so hopefully following high reviews will get you another quality company. Best wishes!
susanw174 wrote:Jan 12, 2014
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    Ed Bertlow
    Can you please let me know what the wood species and finish is for this beautiful kitchen.
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    Benchmark Home Improvements
    This is thermafoil
piyalidc wrote:Jan 9, 2014
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    Benchmark Home Improvements
    Apx, 15x18 Glad we can help! Have fun designing your dream kitchen :)
  • L SM
    I am also looking for the gray countertop material & color...brand?
dakinak wrote:Jan 12, 2014
  • Sam Dewick
    Might be travertine and another kind of tile. Looks like it's layed in an alternating pattern
Robin Chisholm wrote:Mar 22, 2017
    poetryofthesoul wrote:Sep 24, 2014
      gustafsss wrote:Jan 12, 2014
        jenlaing wrote:Jan 12, 2014

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          stevenrandel
          Steven Corley Randel, Architect added this to How to Reface Your Old Kitchen CabinetsDec 27, 2013

          A soft contemporary theme has been achieved in this refaced kitchen. Notice that the cabinet door is a simple stile and rail with a flat-panel inset, which is called a Shaker style. This is one of the least expensive door styles available, and it can be used in both modern and traditional interiors effectively. Stainless steel hardware complements the coordinating appliances. Again, glass upper cabinet doors provide interest.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          cabinetexpressatl
          Cabinet Express added this to Kitchen Cabinet Ideas7 days ago

          A soft contemporary theme has been achieved in this refaced kitchen. Notice that the cabinet door is a simple stile and rail with a flat-panel inset, which is called a Shaker style. This is one of the least expensive door styles available, and it can be used in both modern and traditional interiors effectively.

          danashaw15
          Dana added this to danashaw15's ideasJun 27, 2019

          Refacing cabinets, and refinishing doors and drawers. Adding new counter top.

          raminzand
          Castle Rock Construction added this to Kitchen CabinetryJun 13, 2019

          A soft contemporary theme has been achieved in this refaced kitchen. Notice that the cabinet door is a simple stile and rail with a flat-panel inset, which is called a Shaker style.

          webuser_470695589
          HU-470695589 added this to My ideasMay 1, 2019

          like the light, airy look, perhaps light because of the flooring. Will keep my grey tiles. Also like the quartz. Less busy that my current stone.

          wardl
          wardl added this to Kitchen RemodelMay 1, 2019

          Love the light color and gray counters

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