3 Door Recessed Medicine Cabinet - If you've ever set out to remodel a kitchen, then you are well aware of how costly such a project can be. But since a fantastic kitchen is just one of the most desired amenities in a home, there is not any greater place to place your money. My wife and I recently purchased an current home and, of course, the kitchen was very outdated and it was clear to me that this was likely to be the first of many home improvement projects my wife was likely to look to me for going. Following some initial design and planning research, my wallet lucked out as it had been determined that a kitchen cabinet door refacing would provide for a fresh new look without a total replacement of the cabinets.
Kitchen cabinet door refacing is an outstanding approach to accomplish a more modern and up-to-date kitchen without having to tear out and replace your current cabinetry. Refacing your cabinets allows you to save a huge quantity of time and money since you'll be reusing your current cabinet boxes, drawers and possibly your doors and drawer fronts. The first thing you want to think about if you are going to handle kitchen cabinet door refacing is whether or not your current cabinets are structurally solid. If the boxes, doors, and drawers are all in great shape, then refacing is a choice that you can use.
When you determine that the cupboards are in good enough shape that they will not need to be replaced, you will need to determine the type of process you are likely to utilize to redo the cabinet doors. Cabinet door refacing involves either replacing or refinishing your cabinet doors. If you are happy with the design and condition of your doors, then trimming can provide you with the desired effect. I don't like the design then replacing the doors will be the alternative that's ideal for you. If the kitchen cabinet door refacing project you choose would be to refinish your existing doors, then the first step in the process is to remove the doors in the cabinets so you can prepare the surface of these doors to the new finish.
Give the doors a good cleaning using a heavy duty cleaner to remove any dirt and grime buildup and then lightly sand the surface if you are repainting the doors or eliminate the finish using a paint and stain remover if you are refinishing the doors using a stained finish. At the time that your doors are done, apply the same process to the cabinet boxes and drawer fronts and your new new kitchen cabinet look will soon be complete. The other alternative you might choose to utilize if you don't like your existing door fronts would be to remove and eliminate your doors and drawer fronts and then replace them with fresh ones. Before disposing of those doors and drawer fronts, make sure you measure each and note the place of where they were installed.
If you're using this alternative, visit a kitchen design centre or your local big box home improvement center to test out all of the options that are offered for you in kitchen cabinet design. Whichever of these options you decide to pursue on your kitchen cabinet door refacing project, you are sure to be completely satisfied with the outcomes. I can guarantee you that this endeavor will give you a completely different look in your own kitchen for a fraction of the price of new custom kitchen cabinetry and also in much less time. Who would not be happy with a result like that.