A fresh kitchen is just a few days' elbow grease away.
Prep work and light, even coats are the keys to a successful paint job.
You're not alone, and there are good reasons for taking on the project.
An up-to-date kitchen adds significant value to your home: In most cases, you can regain your investment (and then some) in equity.
The one that's right for you may be much less work and investment than you were expecting.
In this article, we'll take a look at a number of ways to give your kitchen a new look, and to make it a more pleasant and efficient space, without involving yourself in a full-scale remodeling project.
But what if you can't afford to buy all-new cabinets with the latest storage features and styles? Many homeowners today are saving money by refacing rather than completely replacing their existing kitchen cabinets.
Always check that the entire cabinet order has arrived and is undamaged.
However you decide to reface your cabinets, complete the look with all new hardware.
Pulls and knobs contribute a lot to your kitchen's style, swapping them out can take your kitchen from traditional to modern.
with PSA (pressure sensitive adhesive) wood veneer or RTF (rigid thermo foil) laminate is a great way to bring your kitchen up to date- and it's easier than you may think.
Refinishing your cabinets, installing new doors and drawer fronts, refacing your existing cabinets with wood veneer or RTF (rigid thermo foil) laminate, installing new cabinet hardware, and making your kitchen more efficient with storage solutions all can go a long way toward making your kitchen a more attractive and useful place.
Paint it, stain it a darker color or clad it in beadboard.