Updating my kitchen without replacing cabinets

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Beadboard can be purchased rather inexpensively and is easy to cut.

You can also put beadboard around your kitchen island to add visual appeal.

There are many benefits to using chalk paint over latex or another type of paint on your kitchen cabinets.

First of all, in many instances you simply need to clean the surfaces and apply one coat.

Check out an example: HERE Beadboard is another great way to update the doors of your cabinets.

If you’re applying trim, you can put beadboard inside the trimmed out area for a great look.

Bright illumination may help make a kitchen look and feel visually larger.

Recessed ceiling lights and track lighting provide brilliant light without taking up much space in a small kitchen.

For the next several weeks, I will be sharing with you ways to update things without replacing or spending a fortune. Whether you add trim to the doors or paint your cabinets, you can get a great look without spending a lot of money.

You can do this buy adding chair legs or bun feet, that you find in the molding section of the home improvement store.

All you need to do is cut them to fit and paint or stain to match your cabinets.

You can see how I added “feet” to my bathroom cabinet: HERE. Start making plans to update those outdated cabinets this weekend.

Another quick and easy trick is to add corbels under your cabinets. Just paint or stain to match your cabinets and attach.

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