Kitchen cabinets are one of those unfortunate areas of the home that often goes out of style, but is expensive or difficult to upgrade or renovate. Basic cabinet facelifts involve tearing out the whole cabinets and starting from scratch. But it doesn’t have to be that expensive and difficult. You can easily replace smaller facets of your kitchen cabinets, making timely and cost effective methods possible for kitchen cabinet facelifts.
Basic Coverings Covering your kitchen cabinets is an easy way to inexpensively cover old or outdated kitchen cabinets. One of my favorite kitchen cabinet painting techniques is distressing. Read my article, Aging Kitchen Cabinets fro more details.
Installing new cabinet doors and hardware is often a good way to change out of date style kitchen cabinets. One of the most neglected aspects of this technique is to cover the appliances with matching woodworking. Completely concealed refrigerators and dishwashers makes for an interesting look in kitchen cabinet facelifts.
Counter Space Often kitchen cabinets are the primary focus of kitchen cabinet facelifts, but that’s just half the problem. The kitchen countertop and space can be altered to create a unique or different surface that matches the kitchen cabinet facelift. Installing a tile countertop is a great way to add a change to the entire kitchen cabinet facelift, without breaking the bank. Plus it’s easy to do with my article Turn your Old Formica Countertop into a Terracotta Countertop
Another awesome way to make your new kitchen cabinet facelift pop is by adding a unique tile backsplash. With just a little help from my article Kitchen Backsplash Basics, you can install your own backsplash in no time at all.
Kitchen cabinets can often look old, simply because the storage capabilities are out of date. By installing storage solution options like lazy Susan’s, sliding garbage/recycling bins and/or custom shelving, you can create the perfect kitchen cabinet facelift.