Sooner or later, we all tire of the cabinets in our kitchens, baths and throughout the house. Styles and tastes change, or maybe, our cabinets just look worn from the strenuous demands of everyday use. Older homes may have an issue with lead paint. (Old Village is EPA certified for Lead Paint Removal)
Replacing the cabinets is, of course, always an option, but in many homes these cabinets are part of the ambience that make the house a home. Old Village can restore your cabinets, retain the detail and character they add to your home and refinish them with beautiful paints or unique custom stains and finishes to give your rooms a brand new look.
The first step in restoration is removing the old paints and finishes. Old Village's proprietary new EnveloStrip™ easily removes paint, shellac, varnish, lacquers and other finishes from cabinets, doors, etc. EnveloStrip is not Dip n Strip - safe for wood and environmentally friendly. We can easily handle oversize pieces.
And after removing the old stuff Old Village can bring out the real beauty in your cabinets using the highest quality paints or with custom stains and finishes from the Old Village Design Studio.
Old Village painted this updated in a 19th century town home on Delancey Place using a bluish off-white for the cabinets and beams on the coffered ceiling, then a flatter tone from Benjamin Moore on the walls.
Looking for something different? Old Village's Design Studio can create unique specialty stains and finishes to make your cabinets stand out.
Updating the cabinetry, drawer fronts and shelving in smaller rooms such as walk-ins and bathrooms can make dramatic differences.