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If you have purchased new kitchen cabinet doors, or you are planning to in the future, you may be wondering how to remove your old cabinet doors and install new ones. While it may seem like a difficult task or one that requires industry knowledge, it can actually be quick and painless. Replacing just your cabinet doors and drawer fronts is a process known as “refacing.”
If you are looking to create a dramatic change to the style of your kitchen but do not want to spend a lot of money, then you should consider a fresh coat of paint. One trendy way to use paint in your kitchen is to paint your wall cabinets a different color than your base cabinets. Not only is this visually stunning, but it also has several benefits that might surprise you.
For both small and large kitchens, two-tone kitchen cabinets have benefits. In this article, we are going to take a look at these benefits, as well as how you can execute this look in your kitchen.
From paint to hardware, we are going to take a look at 10 DIY-friendly projects that you can do to give your kitchen or bathroom a facelift. While you may need to head out to the hardware store to get a few supplies, these should be fun DIY projects that shouldn’t take up too much of your time or resources. And don’t worry if you are someone who hosts during the holidays, because if you start now, you will have plenty of time to get your kitchen looking perfect.
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.
Cutting board storage is invaluable for keeping your countertops clean and protecting your dishes from aggressive knife work. With their frequent use, it only makes sense to always have cutting boards at the ready.
Laundry rooms are a frustrating space to not have enough storage. From detergents, dryer sheets, and hampers, it is easy for a laundry room to quickly become a collector of clutter. Not having enough room to work can prevent you from feeling able to fully clean your clothes and might make you want to avoid even looking at the mess. Possibly solutions to your laundry storage issue are as numerous are you are creative and the size of your budget.
Staining is a great way to incorporate color and style into your kitchen. A high-quality stain will accentuate the natural grain of the wood with an even color saturation. Staining unfinished cabinet doors gives you the opportunity to match your new cabinet doors to whatever color scheme you desire. In this quick guide, we are going to run through the steps for staining your kitchen cabinets.
You should focus on a section of your cabinets to add glass to, rather than the whole kitchen. In addition, you also want to consider what will be stored in your new glass-front cabinets. This is because an overstuffed cabinet will give your space a cluttered and cramped feeling instead of an open and bright one. In this blog, we are going to look at a step-by-step guide for how to install glass panels on your cabinet doors.