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.
For first-time homeowners, kitchen remodeling could be both exhilarating and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be the latter. To make it less stressful, Long Island Wood Renewal, LLC shares five kitchen cabinet design concepts that will surely transform your humdrum kitchen into the kitchen of your dreams.
If you want to update your kitchen’s look in the most cost-efficient way possible, you need to look at your cabinets. As they make up most of the visible parts of the kitchen, improving their appearance will impact the room tremendously. When it comes to cabinet renewal, however, you might find it challenging to choose between refacing and refinishing. After all, they may sound the same, but they are actually different.