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Many people who want new kitchen cabinets are often dissuaded by the cost of materials and labor. However, these same homeowners might not be aware that you can buy and replace just the kitchen cabinet doors. If you're ready for your kitchen makeover, consider opting for the budget-friendly method of buying and replacing only your cabinet doors. It is a more cost-effective option because you don't need to replace your entire cabinet box. Not only is it more affordable, but it is also a less invasive, less messy, and overall less time-consuming option. First, let’s take a quick look at the average cost of a cabinet door before breaking how to estimate the cost for your project. The overall cost to replace cabinet doors can be anywhere between $100 and $1000 depending on the project. While this range may seem too wide to be helpful, understanding why the range is so varied can help better inform your project and decisions.Disclaimer: This blog post contains affiliate links and we...Learn More
If you are tired of your cabinet doors and but don’t have the budget for a major project, then ordering replacement cabinet doors may be for you. By keeping the base and wall cabinet boxes and just updating with new doors and hardware, you can achieve a completely new look for your kitchen. While this project may take a bit of time if it is your first time, replacing your cabinet doors, also referred to as refacing, is a relatively straightforward process accessible to homeowners. While there are many other budget-friendly options for giving your kitchen a facelift, replacing your cabinet doors also has the potential to increase the value of your home, which is especially desirable if you are considering selling. Despite being a simple DIY project, there are a few items you will need to take into consideration. In this quick blog, we are going to take a look at what you need to know when ordering replacement kitchen cabinet doors.Cabinet Door Materials When selecting replacement...Learn More
When remodeling your kitchen, one of the biggest steps is finishing your cabinets. Whether you choose darker stains, trendy paint, or a natural finish , you will need to have a solid plan and a good understanding of the process. Proper application of your finish is vital to ensuring your cabinets last as long as possible. In any project, cutting corners will cause issues. Skipping steps, or not executing them properly, can shorten the lifespan of your cabinets. Also, it can give you lackluster results. While properly finishing cabinets can be costly and time-consuming, it is much cheaper and quicker than having to do it twice. So, to help you complete your project, we have created the definitive guide to finishing your cabinets . In addition to product recommendations, you will also get to hear advice from our experts that can help you achieve your kitchen dreams.Table of Contents Plan Your Project Consider Your Climate Find Your Finish Pro...Learn More
If you want your own personal bar in your home without breaking the bank, DIY is a great option. Purchasing a pre-made home bar can be expensive, and that does not include installation costs. However, with a couple of cabinet boxes and effort, you can create the next trendy bar right in your own home. In this blog, we are going to take a look at some of the considerations for and installation of a home bar. Home Bar Materials A DIY bar can be made using standard vanity or base cabinet boxes. The number of required cabinets you need depends on how wide the finished product will need to be. At CabinetNow, we offer base and wall cabinet boxes in custom sizing and with custom configurations. Choosing the Location Where should you build your new wet or dry bar? Ask yourself some important questions before you start, like: What kind of atmosphere do I want to create with my bar? What is my budget for this project? On that budget, what is a “must-have” and cou...Learn More