Updating kitchen cabinets without replacing them
You can attach using short nails, but for doors that are thin, you want to use a strong adhesive.
Liquid Nail is a great product because it’s strong and will last.
The use of greenery keeps the accessories in this room well-connected and complementary to the oak cabinets.
And while they still have a bit more finishing work to do, you can already see how fabulous this kitchen is going to turn out!
If you love to DIY, chances are…you love to save money. Instead of ripping out the old and buying new ones, why not update the ones you have?
If you won’t be painting over the doors completely, remember to stain or paint the trim to match before attaching it to the cabinets.
There are many benefits to using chalk paint over latex or another type of paint on your kitchen cabinets.
Adding glass to a few key doors will relieve some of the visual weight of the wood and add some reflective value to your kitchen.