Cabinet. Friday , December 16th , 2016 - 20:07:59 PM
Of course, this is assuming that you are satisfied with the overall layout of the kitchen when it comes to the base and wall cabinets that are in place. Even though you are keeping existing cabinets, there are still upgrades you can do that will provide features that are found in modern day kitchens. Some things you can add are dividers in cabinets for cookie sheets, drawers for organization of silverware, pull out drawers in cabinets to allow for the easy retrieval of pots and pans, a lazy Susan in corner cabinets to better utilize that space, and pull out trash cans and recycling bins. There are others, but these upgrades will make you feel like you have brand new cabinets, but again, at much less cost than cabinet replacement.
To avoid overloading your kitchen with too much color, you can always include the hue in designated areas. For example, you can include a bright blue cabinet for the kitchen island and choose a traditional color for the wall cabinets. A more modern option would be to include the blue color for the lower cabinets and include open shelves in place of the upper cabinets. This helps to lighten up any space and keeps any space from being too overwhelmed by a particular color.
When you have your parts list ready you can buy the materials and hire a cabinet shop to cut and mill the parts for the boxes and what your left with is assembling the boxes. This is not uncommon practice in cabinetry now days as more cabinet manufactures are farming out there work so they can produce more. The cabinet shop will package the order for each box making it easier to identify the cabinet and understand the assembly.
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