One of the most abused things in our homes is our cabinetry. This simple white vanity had seen better days, but the wood underneath was still in great shape.
Typical of our kitchen cabinet remodels, we took the wood back as close to bare as possible then for a little class installed some small molding on the fronts of all the doors and drawers. This served to cover that old ugly router inlay that was done to them 30 years ago.
The cabinet chassis was sanded and finished in place using our dust extracting sanders and HVLP spray painting unit.
Paint color was custom mixed with a little flotral to help it level perfectly. Finish is semi gloss Benjamin Moore Water Borne Alkyl Advance for a beautiful hard wearing surface that will last for years and years.
The results are furniture grade and worlds apart from the plain white latex brushed finish they had for many years.
Sprayed primer was hand polished and two coats of top coat applied to restore this vanity to a fine finish any home owner would be proud to show off.
All finishes were applied with our Fuji Fine Finish HVLP Turbine. This unit provides extensive control of overspray and delivers piano finish results not achievable with brushes or rollers.
The walls of the bath will now be re-textured and painted to bring this bathroom up to date.
Check out the pictures of the project: