From Plastic to Fantastic! DIY Re-facing.

$60.00
Easy
I wanted to cut costs on what a company would charge me to re-face my foyer bathroom. I took off the laminate compressed wood doors and had new unfinished maple doors cut in the size I wanted. I primed them with multipurpose Sherwin Williams primer and painted them with Sherwin Williams Proclassic extra white SW7006 paint. The doors I ordered through Lowe's and they came with the hinges and hardware. They were $45 total, plus the paint $15. Total project $60 and time and patience. (Lowe's no longer does this service but there are other cabinet makers that can make the doors for you at low prices.) I used a 2 1/2 in brush to paint the doors and did 2 coats of paint after the primer to get a smooth finish. I will post after fotos once I complete the job.
Primed cabinet
primed doors- 2 coats
Primed doors
painted doors with Proclassic Sherwin Williams Extra White 7006
Primed doors
Painted doors and drawer fronts are ready for install.
Attached the doors to the frame with hinges and the drawer front with screws
New real wood doors in a shaker style
Finally from plastic to fantastic!
New shaker REAL wood doors. No more plastic now it's fantastic!

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