Updating old cabinets
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However, if you do have a neutral tile similar to what you see in my main bath then there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
As for the new hardware, we re-positioned the holes to the middle of the cabinet.
Create a new colour palette and make a few minor adjustments!
Now—of course—if you have hideous coloured tiles from the 1930’s then I’m sorry, not even new paint will help you.
If you’ve got brass light fixtures, that’s your one other metal. When I’m talking about metals, I consider the silver metals as one grouping.
So, when you have stainless appliances (silver), a chrome faucet (silver) and brushed nickel lighting (silver) those all count as one metal in my book- SILVER.
What kind of new hardware should you install in your updated kitchen? Will you be able to see the holes from the old hardware?
There are so many choices out there it can be overwhelming. Because I am being asked these questions on a daily basis I’ve put together a general guide to updating hardware and have included some of my favorites to share with you. As a general rule, I like to keep the different metals in a kitchen to no more than two.If you have stainless steel appliances, that counts as one metal.So that leaves one other metal you can bring into a kitchen.So many of us have builder grade bathrooms that are fully functional and practical but yet lack basic appeal.If spending K is not in the books for you, what can you do to give new life to an old bathroom?I personally think Nickel is the most timeless of the metals.