DIY Kitchen Cupboard doors
When you look at your kitchen in terms of wear and tear, the first thing you will notice is the kitchen cupboard doors . As they are one of the items that go through the most wear and tear, they are bound to show age and use through the years.
In actual fact, kitchen cupboard doors are very low on the scale of importance when it comes to the kitchen, but they are actually one of the most important aspects as they not only keep the kitchen tidy but they also contribute to the overall look of the kitchen as a whole. That is why DIY kitchen cupboard doors should be the first items to replace when re-doing the kitchen.
Cupboard doors play such an important role in the kitchen as its style will determine how you would decorate the rest of the room. For instance, if your Webb Timber Creations kitchen cupboard doors are made from rugged or rough natural wood, you could carry through the theme by adding work surfaces made from rugged wood like sleeper wood. If you prefer the more modern look, you could then combine white tiles and smooth surfaces to the rest of the kitchen in contrast with the ruggedness of the cupboard doors . It is important though that you select your doors in a neutral theme so as to fit with any design throughout your kitchen.
When you are doing your DIY kitchen cupboard doors, the important thing to remember is to work according to your budget. This could mean that you would either replace the doors completely or re-surface the exciting doors to give a new look. As the cost of replacement is sometimes very expensive, you should rather consider the latter at all times.
If you would like to attempt installing or re-surfacing your DIY kitchen cupboard doors , below you will find some helpful information on how to make your DIY kitchen cupboard doors look as good as new.
DIY kitchen cupboard doors can be re-done in different ways. Here are some examples of quick and easy ways that will give your doors a whole new look:
- Sand off the doors and repaint with an enamel based paint of your choice. Water and stain-proof paint will be the best as it will seal the wood.
- Sand off the doors and “wash” it with a wood stain. It is available in any colour from white, green, brown and many other colours. This product will seal the wood but allow for the details of the wood itself to be visible.
- Sand off the wood and glue a vinyl of your choice onto the surface.