1) Re-face them and add new hardware (pulls and/or hinges)
2) Have a professional paint them and add new hardware (pulls and/or hinges)
- Email Jess Tomac at j-tomac at hotmail dot com. He does great work and is cost-effective.
3) Add new hardware (pulls and/or hinges)
4) Paint it yourself and add new hardware (pulls and/or hinges)
Whatever your choice, try to bring a sample of the granite to the paint store and get some help playing down the lavender. If you don't have a sample (or a good eye for color) you can email Alyssia Chapman (interior design consultant) at designdoc at mail dot com and hire her expert eye and opinion. If you don't trust yourself to pick a fantastic cabinet color to help downplay the lavender, the cost of Alyssia is well worth it.
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Not much to do about the granite. What you put on the counters, creative lighting all affect how they appear. You might contact an interior designer or home stager for advice.