» Cabinet Refacing - Another Option
What do you see when you look at your cabinets? Are they old and outdated? Are they inoperable or simply difficult to easily open and close? Do they have cracks, peeling paint or broken handles? Are you just tired of the same old look? If you answered yes to any of these questions you should consider refacing your cabinets as an alternative to installing new ones.
Unfortunately, when most people thing about making changes to their kitchen, the costs of doing even a minor kitchen remodel can be quite intimidating. According to the 2005 cost versus value report put out by realtor.org, even a midrange kitchen remodel costs an average of $43,862. Though the investment is likely to pay off when you consider selling the home, it is still not easy to find a spare $40,000+ sitting around. In addition, doing a complete remodel to your kitchen means you could have major construction going on in the most important room of your home for an extended period of time—get used to carry out and pizza!...Read Full Article
» Glass Cabinets
It's time to show off those new wine glasses you got for Christmas. Why hide them behind a solid cabinet door? These days more and more homeowners are utilizing glass in their kitchen cabinets to reveal their fine china, glasses and other decorations. Some styles include an all-glass door while others simply use glass insets built into the door. The latter is commonly referred to as mullion doors. Either way, it's a good way to make use of the light coming into your kitchen and to give it more surfaces to bounce off of. After all, if you spent so much money on your beautiful cookware and glassware, why hide it? It's time to show it off! Start by getting some ideas on current designs and trends by watching the video by Cabinets TV to your left.
As you may have guessed, there are many options for you when it comes to glass cabinets. The most important thing to consider is the type of glass itself that you'd like. Do you want to be able to see through it clearly? Do you want some sort of texture in the glass? Perhaps stained glass or a specific design to match your kitchen decor? All of these options are possible. As long as the cabinet door is large enough to hold the glass insert you'd like, the design possibilities are endless. To help you understand the glass options, we have provided a basic list for you below:...Read Full Article