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Painted Kitchens
is our Specialty

We offer ANY colour from the Benjamin Moore colour line for our Shaker & Painted MDF Slab doors.

We have strategically aligned our paint colour offering to match the Benjamin Moore colour codes. You can choose any Benjamin Moore colour and we will produce all the parts in your order with that colour selection. You get the freedom of choice to personalize your project while we use standard colour codes so you know exactly what to expect!

This also helps with choosing any other complimentary colours for your project including walls, counter tops, backs plash or flooring. All paint colours come in a 20% sheen level – closest to Benjamin Moore “satin” finish. A small bottle of touch up paint is supplied with orders in case it is needed during installation.

Benjamin Moore Samples

Slab Door Colour & Style Options

High Gloss Cabinet Door

White (HGD-068)

White (HGD-068)

Black (HGD-037)

Black (HGD-037)

Anthracite (HGD-429)

Anthracite (HGD-429)

Light Gray (HGD-237)

Light Gray (HGD-237)

Lava Gray (HGD-551)

Lava Gray (HGD-551)

Vanilla Cream (HGD-144)

Vanilla Cream (HGD-144)

Super Matte Cabinet Doors

Anthracite (SMD-429)

Anthracite (SMD-429)

Light Gray (SMD-237)

Light Gray (SMD-237)

Lava Gray (SMD-551)

Lava Gray (SMD-551)

Vanilla Cream (SMD-144)

Vanilla Cream (SMD-144)

White (SMD-068)

White (SMD-068)

Black (SMD-037)

Black (SMD-037)

Textured Laminate Cabinet Doors

Barrie (LN26)

Barrie (LN26)

Milton (S012)

Milton (S012)

Vaughn (LK84)

Vaughn (LK84)

Oakville (LK98)

Oakville (LK98)

Etobicoke (LK55)

Etobicoke (LK55)

Pickering (LG99)

Pickering (LG99)

Caledon (LM08)

Caledon (LM08)

Wood Veneer Cabinet Door

Walnut Flat Cut Veneer (WFC-01)

Walnut Flat Cut Veneer (WFC-01)

Maple Flat Cut Veneer (MFC-01)

Maple Flat Cut Veneer (MFC-01)

The Process

Allstyle Retrofit offers our In-house or custom colour paint finishes to your doors and components. We use the best equipment and chemistry available to achieve the a professional quality finish. To ensure the highest level of finish available, we use a six step painting process without shortcuts.

After the doors and components are fabricated, it is first prepared by hand sanding the edges and surfaces on the front and back.

Next we apply a first coat of primer followed by a second hand sanding. That is followed by a second coat of primer and a third hand sanding. Finally the door is ready for the final colour application or “top coat”.


We use a post-catalyzed industrial lacquer that cures to a durable and long lasting finish that looks great and is easy to clean. The result is a final product that has a very pleasant silky smooth feel.

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