You might be surprised to hear it, but I’m actually a huge fan of oak cabinets…that’s right, a HUGE fan. Well, unlike melamine, thermofoil and veneers, oak cabinets are almost always REAL solid wood. Potential for and today I want to add to those ideas with a few more thoughts… If you’re looking for a low-contrast look, antique brass is a beautiful finish with oak cabinets.
Replacing an entire set of kitchen cabinets is an expensive undertaking, especially when cabinets in this room are numerous.
Outdated cabinets, though they may seem less than attractive, often haven't lost their functionality and need not be discarded just for being behind the times.
Maybe you've been hesitating: The task can seem daunting and it's hard to know where to start.
Luckily, you have a number of options in bringing your kitchen up to date.
Via Julie Blanner Now the cathedral style door (as shown above with the arched top) is the hardest look to update as a shaker style/square frame is a more modern style.
By choosing hardware with soft, curved lines, Julie managed to give this kitchen a new lease on life and the cathedral style door/hardware look natural and well-coordinated.The one that's right for you may be much less work and investment than you were expecting.In this article, we'll take a look at a number of ways to give your kitchen a new look, and to make it a more pleasant and efficient space, without involving yourself in a full-scale remodeling project.(the decorations in the picture are the previous owners, but the black appliances will be staying).Sent by Annie Editor: Leave your suggestions for Annie in the comments - thanks! Confessions of a Serial DIY’er has a great ‘how-to’ as does my gal Tamara over at Provident Home Design.