Restoring a heritage house often includes updating and renovating a kitchen and that often means restoring wood. This beautiful New Westminster home was no exception. Warline was brought in to restore this kitchen to its original beauty. The old wood cabinets were carefully sanded and prepped. The entire kitchen was masked off and a ventilation system was installed. Sansin enviro ENS wood stain and clear satin lacquer was used. Using low VOC, waterborne products not only helped us produce stunning results but also protect the environment.
The combination of traditional lighting, a farm sink and simple white counters pulled together this heritage designed kitchen. The end result was an updated kitchen that fits in perfectly with this heritage home.
The images above really help show the process of prepping the entire kitchen for staining. Both the insides and the outsides of these cabinets were stained to provide a complete overall result. The final look of the cabinets nicely compliment the new backsplash and flooring. The new silver cabinet hardware also adds to the cleaner look of the whole area.