Cabinet Masters Aka Best Damn Cabinets
This was added class after Best Damn Cabinet class sold out. Same class, different name.
Henri Menendez and Ande Crenshaw
Saturday and Sunday, September 24 - 25
Henri Menendez, owner/artist of Atlanta based DeHuelbes Designs Inc for the past 27 years and Ande Crenshaw, owner/artist of Nashville based Mojo Faux for 12 years are pairing up to bring you
The Best Damn Cabinet Class Ever!
Whether you are a beginner, or a seasoned finisher, this hands on workshop is for you.
All aspects of cabinet finishing and refinishing will be covered from two business perspectives.
Students will be provided with sample boards, multiple products and take home 8 total samples for their portfolio.
Students will get invaluable education to improve the quality, efficiency, production, and profitability of their business.
Special attention will be given to spraying techniques and equipment as well as cabinet and furniture finishing tools, systems, and processes.
You will Learn
- tricks of the trade
- Professional finisher level finishes
- How to cut your time and make more profit
- Best equipment
- Best products
- Pros and cons of different spray systems.
- Pro level prep for cabinets of all ages
- How to fix problems
- How to fill grain
- Step by step directions for completing beautiful jobs
About Henri: His primary focus for the past 12 years has been perfecting cabinet finishing. With over 1000 cabinet jobs under his belt, Menendez is the premier cabinet finishing guru in the business. Completing commissions for custom cabinetry from numerous states and internationally. Menendez started teaching at IDAL (SALI) in 2000, and has taught at dozens of conventions and chapters. In 2008 he began his Real Cabinet Pro, and then Cabinet Master Series, classes which have transformed the businesses of countless finishers throughout the country. He was the winner of numerous APC awards and named Atlanta Best for 2017.
Henri believes cabinetry should look and feel like fine furniture.
About Ande: With a strong focus on happy customers, Ande offers a personal approach. She helps home-owners choose colors, finishes and design and has completed countless kitchens and baths. She was quickly deemed the industry's "cabinet queen" after beginning to teach her skills and always being a willing helper for others when they run into questions on the job. Her first classes were at The Faux Retreat, then her own studio in TN. Ande suspended her work in TN for three years to move to Los Angeles, where she continued to work and teach part time. Once back in TN, her business has taken off again. Ande believes your finished product is only as perfect as your prep.