Updating kitchen cabinets diy
Follow these easy steps to get your project started: Prep the room and ready supplies Before you begin to dismantle your kitchen, make sure you have the right supplies on hand and prepare the entire room to protect your countertops and other surfaces.A few key supplies you will need include, paint and primer for the cabinets, liquid de-glosser, sand paper, a vacuum, drill, drop cloths, and any new hardware you plan on installing.While cabinet replacement is an option, painting your existing kitchen cabinets is an easy way to quickly update the look and feel of your kitchen without the cost of new cabinets.With the right supplies, a complete kitchen cabinet makeover can be completed in a single weekend!), so when I asked her to give me a rough idea, she said, “It shouldn’t be more than .” Gulp! This will work whether you choose to use real glass or plexiglass.The first thing I had to get the nerve up to do was cut out the center raised panel of my cabinet doors.
Although I did mine a little differently in the end, I got my courage from Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia. I stopped in at a local glass company and the girl behind the counter wasn’t able to give me an exact quote (odd? Now I am certain it will not cost that much if you have it cut for you, but that was enough for me to seek out a DIY alternative.The raw edges will be covered, but the doors suffered a few minor bumps and bruises.If you are using real glass, skip to the installation.I loved the idea of using plexiglass, also known as Acrylic Plastic Sheeting.One of the quickest ways to refresh your kitchen is to update your kitchen cabinets.