Updating kitchen cabinets with molding
The backside of a kitchen cabinet door is a space with great potential that’s too often wasted.
A spice rack is an ideal way to put it to use — it frees up the inside of the cabinet and keeps all those tiny bottles neat and readable at eye level.
When we were looking to buy this house I knew without a doubt something had to be done with the kitchen.
On the bright side the cabinets are solid oak and were in overall great condition, but they were coated, and I mean coated in grease.
Installing lighting on cabinets isn’t just a practical improvement.
It can make the whole room glow, especially if you take a multi-directional approach.
Don’t forget the dead air space underneath upper shelves — it’s a smart place to stash mugs, dessert plates, baking sheets and other compact kitchen items.
This house was a foreclosure, but I’m pretty sure that whoever lived here before us fried food in the kitchen daily.
I bleached it twice, but it just need to be completely redone. After lots of research and planning – I created a plan. This might get a little lengthy, so let’s jump right in shall we. It took me about 100 trips to the hardware store, so maybe I can help you reduce that number a little!
The key is filling the shelves with items you use often.” Meek started by painting her oak cabinets white, and is now changing over to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ with wax, which makes spill cleanup a snap.
According to glass insert manufacturer Bendheim, refacing your cabinets costs about 20% of what replacing them would cost.
Pots and their lids are great partners on the stove, but inside the kitchen cabinet, not so much.