- By Jay Pritchard
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Kitchen cabinet refinishing. Our customer this week had stained oak cabinets that they said “merged the cabinets with the floors,” so they wanted to update them with a color. Years ago, before the current owners purchased the home, we sprayed the island and butler’s pantry with Benjamin Moore’s Beluga for the previous owners. Our customer’s wanted all of the cabinets to match and chose our most popular color, Benjamin Moore’s White Dove, which made the cabinets “pop apart from the floors,” as our customer stated. The color really appears to open up an already open area. Oak is one of our favorite woods to work with because it’s a hard wood and it keeps the texture of the grain after being refinished. We did this job in 2 1/2 days.