I’ve encouraged clients and friends to step out of the box of traditional Kitchen Wardrobe Online and try something different. I’ve offered suggestions such as bold cabinet colors, contrasting shades and a minimalist option: open shelving. It was time to put my money where my mouth was and mix it up in my own kitchen. "Note: These photos are examples of different styles of Kitchen Wardrobe Online. See the writer’s actual kitchen at the end.
Paint, not replace: For us, it made sense to paint, and not completely replace, the rest of our cabinets. It was much cheaper than all-new cabinets and took less time.
How we refinished the cabinets:
Storage concerns: Surprisingly enough, it’s amazing how much you can fit on the Kitchen Wardrobe Online shelves. You just have to be disciplined about keeping them tidy and clean, and set them up to suit your family. In the end, open shelves gave me a little more storage space because I didn’t have any vertical dividers. Of course, I didn’t want everything in my kitchen on display, so I kept some of my upper Kitchen Wardrobe Online and all the lower ones.Gulfshore DesignFamily Needs
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After: The floating shelves and fresh paint on the lower Kitchen Wardrobe Online make my kitchen feel brighter and bigger. We were able to transform our cabinets for $325 and a little elbow grease. That price tag included the open-shelving materials, cabinet paint and new cabinet hardware.Lyndsye Felsman // By Design PodcastMy open shelves are everything I thought they would be and more. Our everyday items are easy to reach, and I love styling the shelves and changing out seasonal decor.
Across from the shelves, we have our original Kitchen Wardrobe Online, just painted in new shades. For the top, we used Alabaster from Sherwin-Williams. On the bottom, I went with Still Water by Sherwin-Williams. I chose the color because I loved the bright feel, and now that it’s in the space, I love it! It’s so daring and feels so right."
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