Tuesday, June 11, 2013


The Re-facing Option

To replace or reface?? That's a question that comes to many homeowners minds. Weighing out the pros and cons of either option may help one determine if re-facing is the best way to go. A major reason is costs. Re-facing can easily cut the cost in half. Another reason may be simply upgrading your kitchen's look while keeping your already functional layout.
What ever the reason may be re-facing can simply enhance
 any design without all the complications of a full kitchen remodel!
GKB has done many simple re-facing jobs providing a more updated look! Below is one of the latest re-facing jobs that came together quite well. When doing a re-face, it's best to match or contrast the existing cabinets and finish. Because you'll save money, most people end up upgrading other main items in their kitchen such as their countertop/backsplash, appliances, and flooring as you'll see some
in GKB's latest re-facing job.


In this re-facing remodel, GKB used Holiday Kitchen cabinet doors and hinges. 


The countertop were replaced with Cambria's Blackwood with a stone and crackled glass mosaic mix backsplash. 

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GKB was able to find an oak floor to match the existing and replace dated 12x12 tiles in the center of the kitchen, following with a refinish on the entire floor for a perfect blend.  

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The cabinet hardware used and chosen by clients along with our 
designers were in a brushed nickel finish by Hafele. 

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Let GKB help you decide if re-facing is the option for you! 

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