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Sometimes, we want to take our kitchen design in a new look before we host friends and family, but don’t know where to start. Painting your cabinet doors in a two-tone finish is the perfect DIY project to get your kitchen ready for the holidays. A two-tone paint job is not only stunning but also offers benefits to both small and large kitchens alike. Painting your kitchen cabinets can be a time-consuming process if you have never done it before. If you need a thorough guide on painting cabinetry, check our complete guide to painting like a pro. In this article, we are going to take a look at planning a two-tone look in your kitchen and the surprising benefits you receive!Choosing Colors for Your Cabinet Doors The most exciting part of painting your kitchen cabinets, other than seeing the final result, is shopping for new colors. Paint manufacturers like Sherwin Williams are constantly releasing new colors, such as their 2022 color of the year, Evergreen Fog. In addition to y...Learn More
Did you know that you can buy just the cabinet drawer box? Often, we live with drawers that stick or require a “special touch” to open, because replacing cabinetry can be expensive and requires a certain level of skill. However, replacing just your drawer boxes can be a more budget-friendly, and easier, solution to these frustrations. Often, drawers can stick if their slides or glides have become damaged, or the drawer box itself is beginning to break down. The problem is then, how to determine what you need to replace and what can be kept. The first step is to go to the drawer in question and pull it open. For example, I have a drawer at my house that gives me nothing but headaches. It is difficult to open and normally I have to lift it up in order to open or close the drawer. When I inspected the issue further, I realized that the drawer box had actually come out of its slides. This then caused the bottom of the drawer box to become caught on the cabinet box, ultimately pullin...Learn More
For most people, you don’t think about replacing your cabinets until things start falling off walls or drawers can no longer be opened. This is, typically, because ripping out cabinets is both time-consuming and can be costly. However, you don’t have to wait for doors to fall off the hinges or spend a ton of money to get a new look in your kitchen. Just replacing your cabinet doors and drawer fronts, also known as cabinet refacing, is faster and more cost-efficient than doing a complete kitchen remodel. In a full remodeling project, you may be replacing appliances, installing a kitchen island, or doing other jobs that oftentimes require professional help. Refacing, on the other hand, is a task that can often be done by a homeowner with a bit of DIY experience. Cabinet Door RefacingAs mentioned above, refacing your cabinets means replacing the cabinet doors and drawer fronts with new ones. This should not be confused with cabinet refinishing, which is where you remove the doors for new...Learn More
Kitchen remodeling is a large commitment in terms of both time and resources. Unfortunately, there is not a workaround for this, unless you are satisfied with subpar quality. From choosing materials to deciding on your final touches, a kitchen remodel will require a lot of decisions and research on your part as the homeowner. At CabinetNow, we want to make sure that you have all the information you need to execute a successful project. According to experts, a kitchen remodel, when done properly, can actually add value to your home. NerdWallet reports that homeowners, on average, spend around $20,000 on their kitchen remodels. While this number may sound like a lot, it can actually be an investment that pays the money back to you. And so, when you spend around 5-10% of your home’s worth on a kitchen remodel, you could see a return on investment (or ROI) as high as 70-80%. Before you start placing orders and calling contractors, you should note that the amount of money you recoup...Learn More