Timeless beauty and quality that lasts

Cabico has perfected the art of the fine finish to create just the nuances you’re looking for. Our artisans master over 100 finishing processes and techniques to bring you outstanding cabinetry you and your family can cherish and enjoy for generations.

Depending on the look you’re after, there are many durable finishing options and techniques to choose from:

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Solid Standard Colors

Solid colors are achieved through multi-layered finishes. A solid color primer is applied and hand-sanded to a smooth surface. Then a self-leveling solid color top coat is applied and oven-dried to a smooth, hard finish.

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Custom Colors and ColorMatch

Which shade and nuance of color best reflects your personality and taste? If none of our standard colors is quite what you picture, Cabico's Color Studio can help you create the exact color you desire. The possibilities are as boundless as you are.

Or maybe you’re looking to match a specific color you already have. No worries! With our ColorMatch System, you provide the sample and we’ll match it perfectly.

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Aging and Distressing

Aging and distressing are what we do to give new wood cabinets an old, lived-in look. Cabico artisans can imitate natural wear and tear using a variety of techniques including hand-worn corners, targeted hand sanding, knife splits, and dents.

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Glazes

Create contrasts and highlights on your cabinet doors. This special finish is created by hand-applying certain highlights to the contours and profiles of the door. There are four types of glazing techniques: highlighting, brushing, antique, and heirloom.

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Rub Through

A technique for creating an old-world look on new cabinetry. The second finish coat is wiped off to expose the wood underneath, resulting in a worn appearance. This technique can be combined with aging and distressing.

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Standard Stains

All our stains are semi-transparent to help bring out the natural beauty of the wood’s grain and texture. First, stains are either sprayed or hand-wiped onto the wood. Then, a sealer is applied and hand-sanded to a smooth surface. Finally, a self-leveling clear top coat is applied for long-lasting protection.