Buy Cabinet Doors and Refacing Material Through Outside The Box

 

Welcome to Outside the Box! Whether you just need cabinet door replacements are looking at a full kitchen remodel or bathroom remodel, Outside the Box delivers. Transform your home by renewing your cabinet doors and box through cabinet refacing!

We work with Do It Yourselfers and Contractors alike! For the DIY crowd, we have created step by step tutorials on how to reface your cabinets yourself. For Contractors, we have all the supplies available for purchase for your jobs.

We ship to most locations in the continental United States. However, we cannot ship to North Carolina, Massachusetts, or Phoenix, AZ.

Follow this multi-part guide step-by-step to order the doors and DIY cabinet refacing material you will love and install it professionally by yourself! Scroll down to find a more detailed list.

wood cabinet doors with drawer fronts

Learn More About Refacing Your Cabinets By Yourself

Give us a call at 1-844-818-3357 to learn more about Outside the Box, our finished or unfinished cabinet doors, custom cabinet drawers, and our hardware and refacing system. We are happy to help you get started with ordering from us!

Step 1 – Explore Our Cabinet Doors and Refacing Materials

Our Cabinet Doors

View our cabinet door styles, finishes, and our custom glazes. Take notes on what you like!

Refacing Material & Molding

Covering the outside of your cabinet box is the magic behind cabinet refacing. There are a couple choices when refacing your cabinet box:

Cabinet Hardware

The hardware of your cabinets includes handles and how your doors attach to the cabinet box:

We have a design tool to help you out choosing custom stains and tinted lacquers. Choose colors that closest match your current kitchen, then select cabinet colors to see what stain or glaze may look best in your home!

Step 2 – Measure Your Cabinets for Refacing

Follow Our How-To Guides

We have created a How-To video series to show you how you can reface your cabinets using our doors and refacing products. You must watch all of the measuring videos before ordering doors and refacing materials. Keep our Cabinet Refacing Vocabulary page handy while following our how-to guides!

learn how to take measurements of your cabinet box

Step 3 – Order a Sample Door

Don’t guess! Order a sample door to verify this is the look you are going for.

Before you order your full kitchen, you should make sure the doors your thinking of are what you want. Order a sample door from Outside the Box to receive a custom 12″x12″ door in any of the styles and colors we currently offer. You won’t get a small piece of wood or corner of a door but a complete door in exactly the style and stain or tinted lacquer you would receive when ordering the full refacing kit. We make these full doors to order because we want you to have the kitchen of your dreams.

See and feel our solid wood doors with custom stains and glazes in person to experience the difference!

Alder Wood Species

Step 4 – Buy Your Custom Finished or Unfinished Doors, Drawer Fronts, and Refacing Materials

Ready To Order?

Before you purchase from our store, you must:

  • Know what cabinet door style and finish you want to order and have ordered a sample door.
  • Make a decision on refacing materials and cabinet hardware
  • Take measurements of your current cabinets (as shown in our how-to videos)

Once you can check all these off, you are ready to order from us!

Kitchen-Design-Center

Step 5a – Time to Reface Your Cabinets

Continue Our How-To Guides

We have created a How-To video series to show you how you can reface your cabinets using our doors and refacing products. The second phase of our cabinet refacing how-to guides goes over refacing the cabinets themselves.

Learn to measure your drawer boxes using measuring tape

Step 5b – Doors and Drawers

Finish Our How-To Guides

We have created a How-To video series to show you how you can reface your cabinets using our doors and refacing products. The last part of our How-To Cabinet Refacing guides goes over hanging the doors and installing new drawers and drawer fronts.

Learn to install your 1/4 inch wood skins to your cabinet box