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Deciding to replace your kitchen cabinet doors is exciting. Planning a new style, finding decorative items, and other detailing choices will have you making, and re-making, thousands of decisions. The more you think about your kitchen remodel, the more overwhelming it may feel. While we cannot help you with your floor or appliances, we do know cabinetry. When browsing online showrooms, it is easy to get lost with the wide variety of options available today. Will you need your cabinet door finished? What wood species will work best for your project? Do you need custom detailing? Our cabinetry experts can help you navigate all the decisions you will need to make in order to create and purchase your perfect cabinets. In this guide, we are going to take a look at a few preliminary considerations for you, as the homeowner, need to think through before you are ready to click the “Order Now” button. Plan a Cabinet Door Budget The first step to any home improvement project is to cre...Learn More
When you are planning to build a new kitchen, there is so much that goes into the process. You'll need items like countertops and flooring as well as construction materials such as nails, caulking, and hardware; then of course everything needs an aesthetic touch too. From paint colors all the way down to choosing the type of light fixtures, a complete kitchen remodel can feel daunting. It's really important before starting any project at home, get yourself together with some key info: What do I want it to look like? How big am I going to make my space anyways? Am I doing something completely different than I had before? In addition, you will need to consider a schedule and budget for your project, both of which will depend on the scope of the project. You must also factor in whether or not you plan on hiring any professional help with this task. The time of year that you schedule your kitchen remodeling project will also be a factor for your budget. In the warmer months, more...Learn More
While replacing your cabinet doors can be a simple enough process, remove the door from the hinges and hang the new one, but how about replacing the drawer fronts? Replacing these smaller fronts can feel more overwhelming than their larger counterparts. This could be because the hardware is more difficult to access, or it could be due to simply not knowing how the hardware, drawer box, and drawer front all fit together. A DIY refacing project can be a great way to save big during a kitchen remodel, and so this blog will give you a step-by-step guide to replacing your drawer fronts.Required Tools: Drill or Screw Driver Wood Screws Hand Saw (For 3-Sided Boxes) Tape Measure Pencil Blanket or Soft SurfaceDrawer Fronts and Drawer Boxes Before you can get started, you to first inspect your cabinets. Likely, you will either be dealing with a 3-sided or 4-sided drawer box. While the main difference between the two is, of course, the 4th wall, what it translates to is wh...Learn More
You don't need to paint your kitchen or change out cabinet doors if your kitchen is feeling drab and in need of an update. Instead, consider adding glass fronts to some or all of your cabinet doors! This will give any space in the house that open feeling that brightens everything up at once while still working well in your space without making major changes. You don’t have to do a major remodel to install glass inserts, and you don’t even need to install them on all your doors. Instead, you should focus on a single area. You should also take the contents of the cabinets into consideration as you plan. In this guide, we will take a look at some considerations for installing glass panels.Modify or Buy New? A lot of people are interested in adding glass inserts to their cabinet doors, but there's not one single best option. The first and most obvious approach is buying new cabinets already cut for glass; however, if you are looking for a more cost-friendly DIY option, it is po...Learn More