To spray paint your cabinet doors and drawers, you'll want to set up a work area, preferably outside or in a basement or garage. Whichever work area you choose, make sure it's well ventilated. Set up a worktable in your space that you can put
If your kitchen is an intimate affair and you're in the market for a new or updated backsplash, your first step will be to explore ideas for backsplashes in small kitchens.
Choosing the right color for your kitchen cabinets can be an overwhelming process. There are so many shades to choose from and it's not always easy to figure out which one will work best. First, take a look at your space and see what other
Mosaic tile is another popular tile backsplash choice, especially for anyone interested in adding some visual interest to their kitchen. Often made of glass, ceramic or stone, these small tiles stick to a mesh backing and are arrayed in a diverse pattern. The mesh backing
While wallpaper can be quite expensive on its own, for a smaller space like a backsplash area, it’s actually a pretty economical choice.
Old and dingy cabinets can really ruin a kitchen. If your cabinets aren't looking their best, but you don't have the budget to replace them, consider painting the kitchen cabinet doors for a fresh new look.
After settling on the scope of the backsplash, you'll just need to decide if you're going to install it yourself (this will require considerable home improvement expertise, time and elbow grease), or have a professional install your cool new kitchen backsplash.
Spray paint is another option for painting kitchen cabinets, but this process is best done outside or in a designated workspace so you don't have to worry about overspray. If spray painting your cabinets, you'll follow the same process as above but instead of working
Kitchen backsplashes can run the gamut from minimalist affairs to elaborate, floor-to-ceiling designs—but depending on your goals for a kitchen backsplash, you may be able to install the design you're looking for and still stay on (or under) budget.
If artistic expression doesn't line up with your idea of a cool backsplash, you may want to consider some non-traditional materials, or even traditional ones in unique textures and colors. For example, stainless steel, copper and tin backsplashes can be found in colors and patterns
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