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Summer is the time of year when many find themselves with ample free time they need to complete their home remodel projects. From weather-related delays during colder months to seasonal sales on home improvement goods; here are six reasons why summertime may be just what you're looking for if you want some help sprucing up your abode with a remodel project.
Do you know what mistakes people make when renovating their kitchen and/or bathroom? If not, then this blog post is for you. We will be discussing 10 common renovation mistakes that homeowners should avoid in order to have a high-quality end result.
Last week we look at our 10 favorite solid wood doors. This week we are highlighting 10 thermofoil cabinet door designs that we love. Thermofoil is a vinyl laminate that is heated and pressurized onto an MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, core. These doors come in a wide variety of color and texture options like natural wood, granite, and even brushed aluminum. Thermofoil doors have the great benefit of arriving fully finished and ready to go, so you don’t have to worry about painting or staining.
MDF is one of the most sought-after materials for building anything from cabinet doors to furniture, but many homeowners are still wary of it. The assumption is that solid wood will give your cabinets long-term durability, strength, and value. While this is mostly true, there are several places where MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, can actually be the better choice. And so, to make the best choice, it could be helpful to make a pros and cons list for solid wood and MDF cabinets. This way, you will have all the information you need to choose the correct material for your project.
When you think bathroom remodel, you are probably imagining a large, time-consuming project with an even bigger price tag. But not everybody has the budget, time, or possibly the need for new fixtures and fittings. The good news is that with a little creativity and time, it really is possible to remodel a bathroom on a smaller budget and without major construction. In this blog, we are going to take a look at some ways you can give your bathroom a fresh face without breaking the bank.
After a few hours of browsing, you may feel like everyone has similar-looking options available. Here at CabinetDoorMart, we are excited to announce our new line of Modern Thermofoil doors. These new doors bring an exciting and unique reimagining to some of the most popular traditional and classic styles. The Modern Thermofoil series will feature 10 unique styles and 10 beautiful colors. In this blog, we are going to introduce you to our new doors!
If you are remodeling your bathroom, you are likely thinking about what you are going to replace. No matter how large your bathroom is, there are some key things you will want to consider replacing. In this guide, we will look at five things you will want to consider when you start a bathroom remodel project.
Are you remodeling your master ensuite or giving your guest bathroom a makeover? Nothing changes the look, feel, and function of these rooms like a beautiful, new vanity. No matter how big or small the room, a bathroom vanity is a multifunctional centerpiece that adds style, storage, and functionality to your bathroom.
Regardless of style, you will have to choose a finish for your cabinets. However, how you accomplish this is completely up to you. Cabinets are typically finished with paints, stains, or clear coats. Properly applying the correct finish to your cabinets is critical for extending their lifespan.
Storage in your bathroom is very important for feeling comfortable, but sometimes it isn’t difficult to find enough space. Take advantage of your walls and make a practical and beautiful storage solution. This neat combination of a towel rack and a rail is perfect for those smaller bathrooms. It’s a quick and easy project for anyone with basic carpentry skills. You can follow this guide, making adjustments to your specific sizes, and we will tell you the steps for this great DIY project.