The approach of replacing something in your home that you’re no longer happy with has taken a backburner to refurbishing or repurposing. If you have something that is still in good condition, it is certainly easier on your wallet and the environment to give it a facelift instead of sending it to the dump. Your kitchen cabinets are a perfect example. While you may no longer be thrilled with their appearance, there are ways to update your cabinets without replacing them. Here are a few different ways how:
Many cabinets are made from real wood or some type of wood composite, which means they’re often crafted in beautiful finishes. If you’re no longer thrilled with the shade of your cabinets, or feel that they’ve faded and need to be spruced up, you can refinish them.
Colorful cabinets are becoming more and more popular. If you’re eager to hop on the trend, you can pick up a can of paint and some brushes and make your cabinets your next masterpiece.
If you’re hoping for a more transformative upgrade, you can choose to complete a cabinet refacing project. This involves replacing your doors and drawer fronts and placing a real-wood veneer over the cabinet boxes. You’ll have more freedom to choose the right style, color, finish, and hardware that suits your preferences.
The highly skilled team at Tundraland can provide you with a professional and efficient cabinet refacing project. Contact us today to learn more and to schedule an initial consultation.