You can’t really tell in these photos, but the decorative glaze makes a big difference when used over the bond coat.When transforming your cabinets using the lighter colors, I recommend using a light hand with the glaze and really just work it into the corners instead of spreading it all over. Now that we have islands, we really don’t NEED all of those upper cabinets. Kvanum A small over cabinet next the range built into the soffit makes total sense in this case. I have to admit that I was seduced by that huge window! Obviously the result of too many drugs in the 60’s. via: Better Homes and Gardens Our ranges are frequently separate from the ovens. Kitchens By Eileen Floor to ceiling cabinet is great. ) Bob Williams (of Mitchell Gold Bob Williams) fabulous retro inspired kitchen. Notice how seamlessly the cabinets are built into the range area.Is there any type of contact paper out there that I could use to cover my kitchen cabinets (they are flat, nasty almond-color from the 80's with wood trim at bottom.
It’s a water-based, multi-purpose product for use on wood, laminate, melamine and metal.However, he majority of the time, a fresh coat of paint or a new stain on the cabinets makes the biggest impact.If you are like me, you’ve seen fabulous kitchens all over Blogland transformed by washing, stripping, sanding, priming, painting, and using a lot of elbow grease.I have absolutely zero complaints about this product, and I honestly do recommend it.I even tried to scratch some of the dried sample cabinets with my fingernail to see if the paint would come off, but it didn’t leave any sort of mark. Fun colors and patterns help with depression I guess. She can’t possibly be that happy lining her shelves? I’m not sure who did what, but no matter; this is one of my favorite kitchens ever. Christopher Peacock classic I love this kitchen but just don’t know about those giant hooks. I’ve posted this kitchen before and attributed it to Donald Lococo who is the architect, however, Darryl Carter is the interior designer. One would be a very small squareish kitchen in an apartment for instance) photo by Sharyn Cairns A contemporary kitchen with counter to ceiling way cool green tiles and concrete counter tops. Their kitchens have lots of windows and few if any upper cabinets. What do you think of kitchens with no or few upper cabinets? This is vital if the primary sink is further than an arm’s length away! Above and below, a lovely blend of trad and contemporary in a sophisticated kitchen by Hubert Zandberg. The ubiquitous oak kitchen with fugly cabinets just stuck to the wall with all sorts of crap sitting on top. There is a gorgeous island with a little sink close to the range.One of the easiest (and cheapest) ways to refresh your kitchen is to give the cabinets a little face lift.Sometimes, a little change such as adding/changing the hardware on the doors and drawers is enough.Shhh…don’t tell the Rust-Oleum people that I tried to destroy their cabinets.But, in case you don’t want to just take my word for it (Gah! ), check out these testimonials – including my favorite transformation by Savannah: Doesn’t that look great?Upon first glance, the price seems a little spendy, but once I calculated the cost of sandpaper primer paint protective coating a lot more time, I decided that it was well worth the price. We also got a hands-on experience with the sister product, Countertop Transformations.