Paint & Glaze Process
Having your kitchen cabinets painted and glazed is not as stressful as you may think. After approving the estimate and selecting your color combination and technique Lou Ann will schedule a start date for you.
On the start date Lou Ann will remove all of your cabinet doors and take them to her studio for painting a glazing. A week later she will return and begin the process of preparing, priming, painting and glazing your cabinets. Normally, by the end of the week your cabinets are finished and your doors and pulls are reinstalled. You don't have to empty any cabinets or drawers, move appliances or even stop using your kitchen.
If you would like to add more memorable features to your kitchen, Lou Ann has installed colums, corbels, floor, crown and accent molding, hidden hinges and new hardware in a number of homes already. If you can schedule an appointment with her before you change your counter tops, there is a good chance that you will be able to maximize the number of structural additions to your cabinets.
In addition to painting and glazing or distressing treatments, Lou Ann also build and install a custom built island, extra cabinets, corbels, columns and install crown, accent and base molding for your cabinets and kitchen.
Click on any of the photos below and begin scrolling through photos of a few of the kitchens and bathrooms Lou Ann has done for previous clients.
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