Updating kitchen with paint
So consider DIYing or buying a chopping board that covers your kitchen and stove when you're not using them to add extra space to work.Or invest in a rolling cart that's at a height you can work at.
Or use organization tools to make your cabinet storage smarter.If your cupboards are a bit dated, in terms of style and or colour, why not consider just replacing the doors if the framework is still in good shape?There are a host of companies that specialise in providing replacement doors.Try to avoid anything that’s too extreme, as there’s already a lot of activity going on in the kitchen and you don’t want it to seem even busier.And always opt for a high-quality paint to ensure a durable finish.Even look into installing a narrow shelf that can double as a workspace and a cafe counter.
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…Antique Brass.
If you have a window, it'll help spread the light around.
If you don't have a window, it'll be even more vital for reflecting what light you do have.
If your kitchen is looking a bit tired, you don’t have to spend a fortune to give it a fresh new look.
All it takes is a little time, effort and creativity to pep up the heart of your home.
Affordable pieces such as a vintage dresser with glass doors, or budget kitchen furniture can be used to store and show off your favourite china.