Repaint Your Kitchen Cabinets
When it comes to smart investment in your home, the kitchen is one of the best places to start. Buyers expect kitchens to be updated. Stone countertops, stainless appliances and sleek flooring all make a space feel modern. Obviously, these changes require a lot of money and, sometimes, a lot of time. That’s why you can tackle it in bits and start first with your cabinets.
Old wooden cabinets with equally dated hardware — think oak doors with shiny brass handles — don’t require a complete gut job. Instead, spend a weekend repainting them a more neutral hue. Finish the project off with new metallic knobs and pulls to complete the modernized look. If you go to Lowes or Home Depot and shop for new fixtures and knobs you’ll be amazed at how you can customize the kitchen with relatively simple changes.
Repainting your kitchen cabinets can be a weekend job. It’s not that hard and can give you a new facelift. Make sure you take the doors off before repainting and take time to prep the doors properly. If you don’t want to do it yourself, we have professionals we can recommend for the task.
Go to HGTV to check out more ideas on repainting your kitchen cabinets.