By Chris O’Connor / Design EditorTrying to upgrade the decor of your kitchen can be a bit of a slog.
You can go for a modern, minimalist look, but it might take some trial and error to find the right balance between modern and classic.
In this article we’ll walk you through the steps to do just that.1.
Buy a vintage kitchen cabinet.
This is the perfect kitchen cabinet to start with if you’ve got a kitchen that needs to be modern.
The cabinet will be a focal point in your kitchen and will show off the interior of the home, whether you’re looking for a more minimalist or a more contemporary look.
The cabinets will be perfect for a family living in a small home, and you can choose from an array of sizes.2.
Install the cabinets.
If you’ve already purchased a cabinet, you can probably skip the cabinet installation step and just go straight to the kitchen.
However, you’ll need to install the cabinets yourself to ensure they’re properly installed.
This step is usually the easiest to do on a budget, so it’s a good idea to get a handy-dandy cabinet saw and plan out where to cut the cabinets to.3.
Set up your kitchen.
This can be the hardest step, as you’ll be replacing a cabinet with a new one.
However it’s also the most time-efficient.
Just pick the cabinets that you’re going to use for the kitchen, and make sure you have enough space in your home to fit the cabinets in.
If the cabinets are too big, you could use the cabinets as shelving.
If they’re too small, you might need to go to the attic or basement to store them.4.
Cut the cabinets into the correct length.
The lengths vary depending on the cabinet, but the shorter the cabinet is, the more you can fit into the space available.
For example, a 12-inch cabinet will take up approximately the same amount of space as a 6-inch, and the same with a 16-inch.5.
Install your cabinets.
Once the cabinets have been installed, you need to trim the cabinets so they’re in line with the interior.
If your cabinets are shorter than the interior, you won’t be able to fit them through the window, and if they’re taller than the window you’ll have to use the back of the cabinet to put them through.
For this example, the back is an 11-inch and the front is an 12- and 14-inch length.6.
Cleaning up after a cabinet is installed is as easy as adding a couple of coats of paint to the inside and letting the cabinet dry.7.
Paint the cabinet.
Paint your cabinets, but don’t paint all the way through, as some cabinet brands paint the edges and sides too quickly.
Paint is optional, and should be applied to the cabinets themselves.8.
Replace the cabinet screws.
Once your cabinets have finished being painted, you don’t want to start replacing the screws anymore.
Simply remove the cabinet from the frame and unscrew it to install it back into its original location.9.
Finish the kitchen with a coat of paint.
The paint will be applied on the inside of the cabinets and the sides, and on the walls and cabinets, and will last for up to six months.10.
Have fun decorating your kitchen!
Whether you’re replacing a classic cabinet or a modern one, these steps can get a little overwhelming.
They’re also time-consuming, so keep in mind that you may not be able a cabinet cabinet and that you’ll still need to invest in a cabinet saw or the tools you’ll want to replace them with.
But if you’re like us and have been wanting to upgrade or upgrade your home for years, you should definitely start off with a cabinet that you can upgrade to a modern kitchen in a few short weeks.