They're large objects. They're at eye-level. They're wall cabinets! Kitchens with sagging, scratched, and outdated cupboards create an "Uh-oh!" response from your guests. The quickest way to inject your personal style into your kitchen, other than labor-intensive sanding and refinishing, is to invest in new cabinet doors and hardware. Such an upgrade usually won't break the bank.
Often, kitchen cabinet cases look quite good; the doors are what take a beating. Here are a few options when considering cabinet refacing:
Measure and record the width and height of each door. Note how many of each size you need. Note if each is hinged left or right. You can also look into glass doors for a new and interesting way to display fine china or antiques in your kitchen.
Here's where you can insert yourself into your kitchen's new look. Numerous dealers down the street and online have their own product line names for major styles. Before you choose, learn the jargon.
The right doors for your kitchen cabinets set the style of your living space. If your kitchen needs an upgrade, begin searching for style ideas now.
Kelly Richardson has obsessive compulsive lawn disorder and is afflicted with the need to share his knowledge with the world. Kelly writes lawn columns for a variety of home and garden magazines and e-zines.