One of the most cost-effective uses of your home improvement budget is kitchen cabinet restoration. This involves changing only some parts of your cabinets – such as the doors or “faces” – and sometimes repainting them. This lets you avoid the higher cost of the complete removal and replacement of your existing kitchen cabinets while still enjoying newer-looking cabinets.
When you consider giving your kitchen cabinets a new look, it pays to know some of the key design variations. Today, we take a look at the differences between raised and recessed center panels.
Storage is always a challenge when remodeling bathrooms. For the most part, a good old-fashioned cabinet restoration can breathe new life into your existing cabinets. However, if you’re really looking for bigger storage solutions, the best way forward is to fashion your bathrooms with custom cabinets and shelves.
Quartz countertops have been a staple of kitchen remodeling for decades. Quartz is a durable, nonporous, stone-material that has high resistance to heat, making it a better choice than marble or traditional wood finishes. Because it’s non-porous, it’s not prone to water penetration. This means there are only a few things that can stain its surface, perfect for homeowners who regularly use their kitchens.
The lasting popularity of wood as a building material is well-earned. Its warmth and natural beauty make it an excellent option for doors, windows and flooring. Wood is especially beautiful when used in kitchen cabinetry – just as long as you choose the right wood species.