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Cabinet Painting

Want to spruce up your kitchen without remodeling? Our cabinet painting & refinishing services are like a culinary facelift. Utilizing eco-friendly materials and innovative preparation techniques, we’ll transform your cabinetry with a durable, fresh look. It’s like a cooking show but with more color and less mess! We carefully select the finish and technology that best suits your style, ensuring a transformation that aligns with your vision.

30 Min or Less

We’re here to help you find answers—and we’ll respond to your question within 30 minutes or less during our office hours.

Free Color Consultations

We are happy to offer free color consultations to aid you in your decision-making process of your cabinet painting project.

Painting With A Purpose

By hiring us to paint, it creates opportunities for us to give back to the community and make a meaningful difference.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your old cabinets are absolutely good enough for painting, as long as they’re structurally sound. Cabinet painting is a fantastic way to update your kitchen without investing in new cabinets.

P.S. don’t worry about your existing hardware—we can remove that, make the old screw holes go away, and get the new ones perfectly installed for a total makeover.

While our name, Gables & Grove Painting, might suggest that we only operate in Coral Gables and Coconut Grove, the truth is that we love to service as much of Miami-Dade County as possible, despite doing a lot of work in our home neighborhoods.

Here’s a list of communities we serve—and if you don’t see yours listed you should give us a call anyway!

  • Coral Gables, Miracle Mile, Coconut Grove, Cocoplum
  • Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, and Cutler Bay
  • The Roads, Shenandoah, Little Havana, Overtown, Allapatah, Riverside
  • Key Biscayne, Virginia Key
  • Brickell, Wynwood, Midtown, Park West, OMNI, Civic Center
  • Edgewater, El Portal, Design District, Morningside, Little Haiti, Upper East Side, Buenavista, Baypoint, Shorecrest, Little River, Bayside, Belle Meade
  • Miami Beach (South Beach, Mid Beach, North Beach), Venetian Islands, Watson Island, Fisher Island, North Bay Village
  • Bal Harbor, Surfside, Aventura
  • West Flagler, Flagami, Coral Terrace, Westchester, West Miami, Ludlam, Olympia Heights, South Miami
  • Fontainbleau, Blue Lagoon, Airport West, Virginia Gardens, Miami Springs, Doral, Palmer Lake, Grapeland Heights
  • We have done work in Broward and Palm Beach counties

Your kitchen, your cabinets, your vision—our expertise! Let’s get to work. But how? Introducing The Gables & Grove Cabinet Painting System, designed to deliver exceptional cabinet repaints, every single time. Let’s take a look at it. 

  1. Let’s take a look—schedule an appointment: Start your kitchen transformation by either scheduling a free quote appointment or calling us—we’d love to hear your kitchen painting dreams! 
  2. Get a Quote: During the appointment, one of our consultants will hear your vision and expectations, and then provide you with a detailed quote for the painting project ahead. This will clearly lay out all costs and timelines involved, ensuring you know exactly what to expect on your journey.
  3. Choosing to work with Gables & Grove: Once you’ve reviewed the roadmap and are ready to proceed, you’ll join forces with us by signing a contract and making a deposit. This lets us start planning your project in detail.
  4. Meet Your Project Manager & Get Prepared To Start: After you’ve partnered with us, you’ll meet your dedicated Project Manager who will be your guide to a perfect and successful ending. They’ll assist you with paint samples for your cabinets, color choices, answer any questions, and schedule the project according to your availability.
  5. Getting Started: With preparations complete, your kitchen transformation gets underway. Our team of branded professional painters start by protecting your kitchen like an episode of Dexter—anything that shouldn’t be painted is fully masked! Then we remove hardware and those little rubber bumpers that most cabinets have, prep and sand, and make any repairs. Finally it’s time to prime and paint. When everything is dry, we remove all the masking and clean up, and then return hardware and new rubber bumpers—the small details matter! Environmentalism and doing our part in reducing waste is important to us, so rest assured that your cans and buckets will be cleaned and recycled. Also important are the regular updates and quality control checks that are part of our Project Manager’s duties, keeping you informed and reassured every step of the way.
  6. Survey Your New Kitchen (Final Walkthrough): Upon completion, you and your Project Manager will walk through your new kitchen, ensuring that everything looks great. We’ll address any final touch-ups needed and complete a Final Completion Form.
  7. Celebration! Pay Your Bill…and Leave a Review: Now that your kitchen is exactly as you envisioned, it’s time to celebrate your successful journey by settling the final bill. We would love to hear about your experience, so please consider sharing the highlights by leaving us a review.

You’ve heard us say this before, but we’ll say it again: you’re the centerpiece of this transformational kitchen journey, and we are here to guide you, ensuring a smooth, professional, and satisfying painting process that brings your vision to life. Should you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. After all, even heroes need guidance sometimes!

Yes, 100% free, although we don’t like to call them “estimates”! We work diligently to provide you with a specific and detailed quote—the last thing either of us wants is a vague scope of work with the potential for changing prices. 

Book a free appointment with us now!

More good news: most of the time we deliver your quote right there on the spot. Yes, right then and there! What does that mean for you? That if you like everything about Gables & Grove then you can have your kitchen cabinet painting project scheduled to start on the same day as your quote appointment. No more waiting a few days/weeks for a vague estimate and price that finally arrives on a napkin with a coffee stain.

We even have virtual quotes available for kitchen cabinet painting.

Check out all our options here! 

We’re always open to partnerships with other tradespeople and businesses in the community. If you’re a plumber, roofer, landscaper, general contractor, real estate agent, interior designer, or other professional who works with clients needing painting services, we’d love to partner with you.

Simply refer potential projects to us and we’ll happily return the favor when opportunities arise. We’ll provide an agreed-upon finder’s fee or reciprocal discounted service for each confirmed lead or job you send our way.

To get started, give us a call or shoot us an email to discuss partnership options. We look forward to collaborating and building our local business networks together for mutual benefit. With your help connecting us with new clients that need our services, we can continue delivering the high-quality painting results Miami residents and businesses have relied on Gables & Grove for.

The average cost can vary based on the size and number of cabinets, as well as the type of paint and technique used. For a specific quote, please contact us directly.

You can find out the cost of your own project by submitting a virtual quote! 

This is a hugely popular question! A lot depends on your personal style and the style of your kitchen. Nowadays, the most popular kitchen cabinet colors reflect a Miami vibe, the love for sleek and modern aesthetics, and an appreciation for natural light. These trends have led to an emphasis on light, neutral, and minimalist colors that can brighten up a space, and make the kitchen look clean and airy. Let’s do another Top 5!

  1. White
    A timeless choice, white cabinets can make a kitchen feel clean, bright, and spacious. Shades like Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White and Sherwin Williams’ Pure White are great options.
  2. Light Grays
    Light gray offers a soft, neutral look that can still add some depth and contrast. Consider Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl or Sherwin Williams’ Repose Gray.
  3. Greige
    A blend of gray and beige, greige creates a warm yet contemporary look. Try Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter or Sherwin Williams’ Accessible Beige.
  4. Soft Blues
    For a pop of subtle color that still maintains a light and airy feel, soft blue can be a fantastic choice. Try Sherwin Williams’ Rain or Benjamin Moore’s Soft Chinchilla.
  5. Two-Toned Cabinets
    For those looking to make a more distinctive design statement, the two-toned cabinet trend involves painting upper and lower cabinets in different colors. Often, this is done with a lighter shade on top and a darker one on the bottom to ground the space. For instance, white on the upper cabinets and a darker gray or blue on the lower ones.

We understand that you may feel overwhelmed, so, here’s a challenge for you: schedule an appointment for a free quote with one of our consultants and find out what your kitchen could look like and what that would cost. We promise you’ll be surprised!

Instead of painting, you could consider staining, varnishing, or laminating your cabinets. Another option is to replace the cabinet doors and drawers.

The cost to paint kitchen cabinets can vary widely depending on factors such as the size of your kitchen, the number of cabinets, the type of paint used, and the complexity of the job. On average, professional cabinet painting can range from $2,000 to $5,000. For a more accurate estimate, it’s best to set up a virtual quote. Our team can provide a detailed quote based on your specific needs and preferences.

Set Up a Virtual Quote

For your convenience, we offer virtual quotes. Simply provide us with some details about your project and photos of your kitchen, and our team will get back to you with a detailed estimate. Contact us at office@gablesandgrove.com or call us at (305) 908-1838 to get started.

Yes, it is possible to paint over stained wood cabinets. The process involves thorough cleaning, sanding, and applying a high-quality primer to ensure the paint adheres properly and provides a durable finish.

Yes, you should empty your cabinets before painting. This ensures a smooth, clean surface for painting and prevents your items from getting dust or paint on them.

Maintaining painted cabinets involves regular cleaning with a soft cloth and mild detergent. Avoid harsh chemicals and abrasive sponges. Wipe up spills promptly to prevent stains, and consider periodic touch-ups to address any minor chips or scratches.

Painting the insides of cabinets is optional and depends on your preference. It can provide a uniform look, but it may add to the overall cost and time of the project.

Using your kitchen during the painting process can be challenging due to the need for clear, accessible workspace and drying times. It’s best to plan around it or set up a temporary kitchen space if needed. Our team can help coordinate to minimize disruption.

More Than Painting

We're your go-to resource for all of your home improvement needs. We know the industry inside and out—and if we don't have someone on staff who can do it themselves, we'll know someone who does.

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Freshen up your brand-new paint job with Gables & Grove Fresh Start. Enjoy regularly scheduled painting, repairs, pressure washing, surface sealing, light bulb changes, and more!

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