Cheap Ways To Update Kitchen Cabinets
10 Cheap and Cheerful Ways to Update Your Kitchen These quick add-ons and clever refreshes will give your space the facelift it needs without spending a ton of money. By Sarah Shelton
DIY Inexpensive Cabinet Updates by Shauna Mailloux • February 15, 2013 • House Projects & Updates We've been plugging away on the kitchen , and now I can finally show you how we updated our old cabinets by adding trim, paint, and semi-open shelving!
Peekaboo Bird. Apply a coat of polyurethane to seal the wood. To create this peekaboo bird, trace a bird onto contact paper (we used clip art found online), then cut it out and press it onto the cabinet front. Use your fingernail to seal the edges tightly. Paint the cabinet (we used off-white semigloss interior latex paint).
Kitchen; 10 Easy Ways to Update Your Kitchen Cabinets One of the most prominent fixtures in your kitchen—the cabinets—can be your quickest path to creating a whole new room.
A new faucet is an easy way to update your kitchen. Before you shop, note the number of holes on the back of your current sink and select your new faucet accordingly. Learn how to replace a faucet .
Upper cabinets can make a room feel a little claustrophobic, but the extra storage space is great—especially for collectors. To freshen up a kitchen, replace solid cabinet doors with glass-paned fronts, and everyone wins. You get all the storage, and your friends get to see all the cool stuff you have.