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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.”
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.
A small kitchen can be cozy and feel spacious with the right interior design choices. Paint your walls a lighter color, or add some wallpaper for an accent wall to make it seem brighter. Add high-quality glass tiles on one part of your countertops that reflect natural light into your space and consider adding plants inside cabinets near windows as well! With any small room, you must use your space wisely. You can use color, lighting, and optical illusions to make your space look bigger than it actually is. As a place where you and your family gather, cook, and eat, your kitchen should feel light, bright, and welcoming.
Have you been thinking about how your kitchen cabinets need a new look? Or have you wanted to change them for a while now and are finally ready to get started? No matter what brought this on, when updating the cabinets it is important that they fit correctly.
The best way to ensure your new or replacement cabinet doors and drawer fronts will properly fit is to accurately measure. When getting drawer fronts measured making sure all those little details match is key in creating an overall nice looking finished product!
CabinetDoorMart is excited to offer customers high-quality, customizable cabinet doors that are not only manufactured in the USA but can also be ordered online and shipped to your door. Our team of highly trained sales representatives and customer service professionals can help make your dream kitchen a reality. In addition, CabinetDoorMart also offers free shipping on all orders over $150!
Are you remodeling or preparing to sell your home? The right type of cabinetry can add value to the resale price of your home. Solid wood cabinets add guaranteed value to your home, while laminate cabinets and other manufactured woods do not. Unfortunately, some 'imaginative' realtors and evaluators may pull the wool over your eyes.
Tired of your dishwasher sticking out in the kitchen like a sore-thumb? You have stunning cabinets, side by side they match perfectly, and then all of a sudden there’s this stainless-steel beast disturbing the flow. I’m a big fan of uniformity—and of course—finding creative new DIY projects to play with, so when I learned about hiding your dishwasher with cabinet door panels the idea immediately stole my attention.