Barring ripping out all the cabinetry, there were easy ways to give this room a complete “facelift” in a matter of weeks.
Here are a few tactics from this kitchen update that can work in any space.
I knew this job was going to be expensive to begin with, so it was a "no brainer" for me...
The Paint Specialist instructed me to cover all the knots with the primer first.
• The shelves in the cabinets are not in good shape.
• The kitchen is much darker than it appears in these photographs (I pushed up the light to help you see the details). Overall, this kitchen has a lot in common with other Before/After kitchens we show you.
Read Full Story Even with a limited budget and time frame, a major overhaul can be done on a dated kitchen.
The primer dries very quickly and is very thin, so although it was an extra step, it wasn't too bad.There's no question that this kitchen needs updating.Some of the issues: • The floor is covered with old carpet, which even runs up the toe-kicks of the cabinets.The tiles are in great shape, and I'm fine with leaving them for now.The cabinets are also in decent shape, but I don't like the country look. Sent by Lauren in Seattle Editor: Leave your suggestions for Lauren in Seattle in the comments — thanks! Send us yours with pic attachments here (those with pics get answered first).