Updating kitchen cabinets with molding
We were actually able to cut those same pieces of oak trim down to fit our new design, so that was really convenient affordable too!Instead of having one long piece of trim running all along the ceiling and joining all the cabinets together, we decided to trim out each individual upper cabinet.Kathy Adams is an award-winning journalist and freelance writer who traveled the world handling numerous duties for music artists.She writes travel and budgeting tips and destination guides for USA Today, Travelocity and For Rent, among others.The only problem really was that the style was out of date.The cabinets were great quality custom cabinets, but they were golden oak, which instantly made the kitchen look old. Of course, in real life, when you’re working on a project and you get an idea to change something, no matter how small, it seems like it always adds on something like 3 more to the project. That was the case with these mouldings on our kitchen cabinets.🙂 So here’s how it used to look: Our kitchen has honestly always been pretty enjoyable to be in.
Adhere the narrow detail strips inside the framework, selecting pieces of similar thickness for a quality fit.The room really brightened right up but we could tell as soon as we finished painting that removing all that extra trim would really make the whole room feel so much more open.