How to renew old kitchen fronts

9k=You don’t like the fitted kitchen in the new apartment? Or your kitchen cabinets have seen better days, but a new kitchen is just not in it? Often small changes are enough to save the complete exchange for the time being. We have a few ideas on how you can renew your old kitchen fronts with little effort.

1. Paint kitchen kitchen fronts. The varnish is off, your once so beautiful kitchen is visibly getting old? Kitchen fronts made of real wood or real wood veneer can be refurbished by a carpenter professional.

If you can no longer see the wood tone of your kitchen furniture, a new coat of paint is definitely due. Depending on the material, kitchen fronts can be painted easily and inexpensively. When painting the kitchen fronts, do not be afraid of dark shades. A matt black looks noble and also gives a country-style kitchen a modern look.

Tip: Replace foiled kitchen fronts with special varnish. Detailed instructions can be found here.

2. Glue kitchen fronts. There is a quirk in the closet door? You want a new color for the foiled or would like to set a few colored accents? Doors and drawers can be easily embellished with adhesive film.

In addition to blackboard foil, you will find a large selection of self-adhesive films in specialist shops, with which you can renew your kitchen fronts.

3. Replace kitchen fronts. How to renew kitchen fronts? If nothing helps: replace! So the professionals of es kitchens helped the kitchen above to an update.

If you know the manufacturer of your old kitchen, it is worthwhile to look for suitable fronts in specialist shops. Manufacturers of fitted kitchens often offer an after-sales guarantee for their furniture or its individual parts – even for kitchen fronts. Experts can replace them in just a few simple steps.

If this possibility does not exist, carpenters make individual fronts for the old kitchen cabinets made to measure.

One idea would be not to provide all kitchen cabinets with new fronts at once. Because often it is precisely the successful mixture of old and new that makes a room look special and personal. Maybe this will create the modern kitchen with vintage flair that you have always dreamed of. Limit yourself to the upper or lower cabinets and play mix and match! This saves money and is also trendy.

4. New handles for the old kitchen cabinets. Sometimes even small changes are enough to modernize your old kitchen. And you don’t always have to renew or replace the cabinet fronts. New, chic handles for the cabinets can work wonders. You can easily make such leather loops yourself.

5. Distraction maneuver: Redesign kitchen wall. Dark wall paint is the secret of this kitchen. It draws everyone’s attention to itself and thus away from a ragtag white kitchenette. A special eye-catcher is the large plate, which is framed by three other collector’s items and makes the blue wall even more interesting.

6. Distraction maneuver: Redesign tile mirrors. Actually, your kitchen cabinets are quite ok, but your kitchen still lacks that certain something? Maybe you should think about redesigning the splash guard. After all, it is always right in front of your eyes when cooking. The area above the work area is often easier to renovate and is associated with significantly less effort and material use. In Ant Service Corporation’s kitchen, it’s a black and white mosaic that adds a modern, slightly Scandinavian touch to the kitchen.

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7. Distraction maneuvers: spice up feet and pedestal.” Wow, something is different!” Often underestimated, but always surprising, is the great influence that new furniture feet or plinths have on the overall effect of a piece of furniture. Especially in the kitchen you can do a lot for a fresh look with a color-contrasting skirting board. Thanks to the illuminated skirting board, the renovated kitchen through its lust of space almost floats.

With what tips and ideas have you ever renewed your kitchen fronts? Feel free to share your experience in the comments.