Kitchens are one of the main selling features of a home. They’re also a key gathering place within the house. Updating the look of your kitchen doesn’t require a whole renovation – simple updates to your kitchen wall cabinets can transform the entire space.

You don’t need a big budget to give your kitchen a needed update. All you need to know is where you’ll get the most bang for your buck. And it all starts with your kitchen wall cabinets.

Read on for ways to customize your kitchen cabinets.

1. New Hardware

New handles will give your cabinets an immediate facelift without requiring too much effort.

Prices range depending on the type of handle or door-pull you’re interested in, but you can often find multi-packs in department stores for a better value. You may even be able to find a set at your local second-hand or discount store.

The great thing about hardware is that it personalizes the cabinets, since you can choose just about any design to your taste. If you don’t like it after a few years, it’s easy enough to change.

2. The Right Color

One of the easiest ways to change the look of your kitchen cabinets is by painting them.

Kitchen cabinet painting will give your entire room a new look without actually changing anything. You’re just adding a coat of paint.

This will literally save you thousands of dollars compared to ripping out and replacing all of the cabinets.

3. Glass Door Panels

If the center panels of your cabinet doors can be removed, you can replace them with other materials. Glass panels are a popular choice. They look high-end, and help you find what you’re looking for.

4. No Door Panels

Similarly, many people are opting for door-less kitchen wall cabinets. This option works best for those who are super organized. Otherwise, things could get messy fast.

But if you have a good system in place with shelves and dividers, removing the door panels will create a new open look. It will also make it easier to grab what you need quickly.

5. Strategic Storage

Even if your cabinets still have the doors attached, you can’t beat good kitchen organization.

From pull-out spice racks to utensil trays and dish separators, there are so many ways to make the most of each drawer and cabinet.

6. Soft-Close Drawers

While it might not be a visible change, it will change your experience in the kitchen.

No need to worry about pulling the drawer out too far, or banging it shut too forcefully. New track systems keep everything in line, and quietly close the drawers when you’re done with them.

7. Two-Tone Painting

If you’re feeling really bold, two-tone kitchen wall cabinets are the way to go.

There are a few ways to go about this: painting the doors a separate color than the cabinet, or painting panels within the doors different colors. You may even decide to paint the upper and lower cabinets different colors.

It’s an easy update with a big effect. Just be sure to hire a pro!

Starting Your Kitchen Transformation With Custom Kitchen Wall Cabinets

If you’ve decided that painting is the right choice for your kitchen, we’re here to help! While we are experienced exterior and interior painters, we also do detail work such as kitchen cabinets.

Let us know how we can customize your kitchen with a fresh coat of paint.

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