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3 Ideas to Freshen Your Kitchen Cabinets

Update your kitchen cabinetry with these design ideas

By Kathy Barnes

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No matter how classic or modern your new kitchen cabinetry looks at the time it's installed, it will inevitably show signs of wear or begin to look dated as the years march on. With a few smart ideas to update your kitchen cabinets, you can add years to the life of your space.

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Problem: My stained cabinets look tired.

Solution: Change up your color palette with a coat of paint.

For best results, remove doors and drawers. Paint the cabinet first, using tape and drop cloths to protect counters and floors from accidental spills. Paint door fronts and drawers separately and on a flat surface for a flat finish, or send them to a paint shop and have them sprayed for a finish that looks factory-fresh.

For ideas, see our slideshow of Cabinetry with Color.

Kitchen
by James Howard

Next Slide >> Problem: My hardware is in disrepair.

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