Updating kitchen cabinets without replacing them

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He told me it would take a LOT of prep work to get the type of finish I wanted and that we should look for a different/better product, maybe MDF. because of what water does to it plus I have never used it before. He also told me he had another person in the store just the other day looking at doing a plank wall out of plywood and he voiced the same concern about using a better product to get a better finish without all the extra work.

He had me SOLD, so I had him cut the 4’x8′ sheet of 1/4″ MDF, .

Meaning there would be some prep work to the plywood before it would be ready to add to the cabinet doors.

Because of this, I have been putting off buying the plywood for a month, looking at my options…

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!

)Via BHGNow of course there are MANY different kitchen layouts, so it can be challenging to say ‘always paint Whether you have an outdated backsplash or none at all, adding a more modern looking backsplash will do WONDERS for your oak cabinets!

The most popular, timeless choice would be a white subway tile with white or gray grout, however this doesn’t suit EVERY countertop.

Via BHGUsing a yellow and off-white palette, this bathroom looks simple and well-coordinated.

Adding just 1 other colour would have interfered with the flow and simplicity of the look.

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