Updating old kitchen cupboards

Try to avoid anything that’s too extreme, as there’s already a lot of activity going on in the kitchen and you don’t want it to seem even busier.

If your cupboards are a bit dated, in terms of style and or colour, why not consider just replacing the doors if the framework is still in good shape?

There are a host of companies that specialise in providing replacement doors.

Dulux‘s Blue Reflection in Kitchen Plus, from £16.29 for 1 litre, is ideal for simple kitchen cabinetry.

Dramatically change the look of your kitchen by replacing your existing worktops. If you have spare cash, consider extras, such as heat rods that can be fitted into the surface for a permanent pan stand or a built-in draining board.

Painting cabinets yourself is cost-effective — a few gallons of paint, sandpaper, cleaner — but the process is time-intensive.

You can paint most cabinet surfaces, but proper prep is key to success.

If your kitchen is looking a bit tired, you don’t have to spend a fortune to give it a fresh new look.

All it takes is a little time, effort and creativity to pep up the heart of your home.

So that’s where these inexpensive cosmetic miracles fit in.

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