Now that you have your door style selection, the cabinet finish is the next critical element to the overall look of your kitchen or bathroom. The finish on your cabinets also determines the cost and durability of your cabinetry. Our custom cabinet manufacturers take pride in their finishing process and high quality durability. The process starts in a dust-free environment, ensure the air stays free of contaminants and dust particles that could get onto your cabinets. The cabinets go through a oven process that heat-cures the finish to harden it and ensure its longevity.
Painted cabinets have become one of the more popular design choices in recent years. Manufactured cabinets have a superior finish because they have a catalyzed conversion varnish top coat and is sprayed on, and then baked onto the cabinet. Also, the air quality in the factory is quality controlled, keeping it the right temperature and humidity for applying stain and paints, and keeping it free from dust.
Our cabinet manufacturers offer a beautiful variety of hand-rubbed stain finishes. Stained finishes enhance and work with the natural wood grain species. The stain is then sprayed over the surface and wiped by hand so that it develops a color that fully showcases the character of the wood. The catalyzed conversion varnish sealer and topcoat protect the cabinet finish.
“Heritage Paint” is a Dura Supreme Cabinetry collection created with layers of finish colors, glaze and hand-distressing techniques to create an especially artistic series of olde-world finish looks. The top layer of finish (paint) is chipped and worn to reveal the underlying base stain coat. Glaze and spatter then create a subtle, aged wash over the surface. This finish collection employs artistic, hand-detailing techniques that will have unique, subtle variations with each application.
All of our cabinet lines offer a laminate cabinet finish option. These door styles are created with high pressure laminate surfaces. A variety of wood grain, colors and textures are available for laminate surfaces.
Foil and veneer cabinet finishes are commonly used in contemporary designs. More exotic woods or high gloss finishes are used for these styles. Zebrawood and bamboo are examples of veneer finishes.