Yesterday we had an interesting discussion about whether or not painting kitchen cabinets was a simple, one-weekend project. On Twitter, this commonly-repeated idea was referred to as "commercial break cabinets" and "design on a crashing dime". I'm here to burst a few bubbles and tell you that painting kitchen cabinets is absolutely NOT a one-weekend project. But you know what? It's still easy! And doing it the right way first will save you time and money later. That's a promise. So, if you've got a few weekends set aside for the lowest-cost, biggest-impact change you can make to your kitchen (and I haven't scared you away yet), read on!
You know all those weekend makeovers in blog land of painted kitchen cabinets? They look great after, right? I'm wondering if they might look better from a distance than they do close up. Here's why: They were done in a weekend. That's two days. If you'd suggest such a timetable to a
A huge chunk of a kitchen remodel budget goes to cabinetry. However, all kitchen cabinets are not equal. (Duh.) Right off the top, here are five factors you should consider when choosing new cabinets.
A few cabinet doors were given to me last Friday so I've had repurposing on my mind. Luckily, others have shared their own ideas on the re-use of discarded kitchen cabinet doors.
Slick garage organization systems look great but could break your bank. A responsible alternative would be to use USED cabinets in the garage. The beauty of this is that you can turn off your "picky" radar. If they're missing a countertop-just add thick plywood and varnish it. If they're missing knobs - go find anything that works. If they're missing a door or two-open storage is even easier.