Replacing cabinet doors can be a simple enough process, but when it comes time to replace the fronts on your kitchen cabinet drawers? You may feel like this DIY refacing project is more difficult than replacing the doors, despite the much smaller size. There could be several reasons why you might think this way: the inaccessibility of the hardware and not knowing how the box, drawer front, and slides all fit together.
People are allocating more space for eating in their homes. In fact, not everybody has enough room to dedicate a separate dining area anymore! With the recent reinvestment in eating at home, we thought it would be a great opportunity to look at creative ways to add an eating zone to your kitchen. The size and shape of your kitchen will determine the options available in terms of an eating zone. For instance, an L-shaped room can be arranged so that one end is reserved as a dining area while the other side hosts preparation areas like storage or cooktop space. The first step to having a cozy new foodie haven? Make a list of all the items you intend to have in your kitchen, and then sketch out how you want the eating area and layout designed.
Kitchen cabinets are an essential part of any well-designed, usable kitchen. You need to take your time balancing style and functionality, but which one matters more? One stylistic decision that can impact functionality is the height you choose for your wall cabinets. Typically, most people will either extend their wall cabinets to the ceiling or they will leave a space between. The three factors to consider before installing kitchen cabinets to the ceiling are your space, budget, and preference.