Gone are the days when the kitchen was stowed away at the back of the house, never presented to visitors or party guests during any home event due to its constant state of disarray. Nowadays, it’s more common to find hosts holding their parties in the kitchen and dining area, and because of this, homeowners tend to now pay special attention to how their kitchens look.
A beautiful, well-organized, and aesthetically pleasing kitchen often leaves the best lasting impressions in your guests, so it’s important that you put in some work to achieve it. A great way to get started on this is by making sure that every aspect that immediately catches the eye is maintained properly. You shouldn’t just stop with your appliances and kitchen counters, however — even your kitchen cabinets need some love. Unbeknownst to many homeowners, their cabinets can sustain some pretty serious damages over time due to frequent usage without maintenance. But even well-cared for cabinets could also use some freshening up with their appearance and parts, especially if you’re having your whole kitchen renovated.
Updating your kitchen cabinet can be done in three ways: refacing, repainting, or a full replacement. Each method calls for a specific issue they are meant for, or have different appeals depending on what kind of finished product you’re going for. Therefore, it’s wise that you first know the differences between them to distinguish which method you’ll need to have your contractor (or you) do to your kitchen cabinets.
Check out this infographic by Kitchen Cabinet Refacing to help you figure out if you should reface, replace, or paint your kitchen cabinets today.