No. Mine had seams in the veneer. I tried wiping stain over it to see if it would color the glue to hide it and it didn’t work. The stain did not change the veneer color or the color of the exposed glue.
That is a great question, and we are glad you asked, Cindy. We recommend using an adhesive like liquid nails to attach this to your cabinet, but for more specific instruction, we encourage you to reach out to your local Home Depot. The team there should be able to offer more specific recommendations that work for your unique project needs. Thank you for considering Hampton Bay, and please have a great day!
While we do not recommend painting the Satin White finish as it would void the warranty, your local Home Depot may be able to offer guidance. We hope are able to achieve that look you envision and that you have a great day.
Mine were too. Cut 1/16 on table saw. Don't have one. Planer, electric or hand or sander. Not critical to be perfectly straight. Just put that edge against was. Cover with molding or just caulk but try to make straight.
Hello Lizi - We recommend speaking with a Kitchen Designer at your local Home Depot to discuss the specific needs you have in your kitchen design! Thank you for considering Hampton Bay cabinets.
Thank you for your inquiry. It depends on what kind of panel you're looking for. We have Decorative Panels and Veneer Panels. Some may need to be cut to accommodate your size needed, and others do not need to be modified. Thank you.
Thank you for your inquiry. All of our finished cabinets come with finished side panels. Thank you again and have a good day.
Thank you for your inquiry. No they're not. The material depends on the panel. The side panels for the cabinets are laminated with paper, the loose flush fit panels are made with melamine, which is better than paper and a little different than RTF but still resistant to damage. Thank you and have a good day. :)
These were .25" thick, not .1875" as advertised.
yes. They are identical.