We all want our homes to be the very best they can be, but many times, we’re willing to allow our cabinets to be the last things we lend our attention to. Maybe it’s because we aren’t quite sure what is necessary to change them. The good news is, it’s not as hard as you might think. In fact, upgrading your cabinetry is an excellent way to give your kitchen an amazing new look, with some of the best possible results.
At Cavender’s Interiors, we’ve spent more than 20 years creating spaces for our customers that are more like an oasis in their own home. From flooring, cabinetry, accents, and more, we know how to bring new life to old rooms that have looked the same for ages. From our showroom in Cookeville, TN, we serve the areas of Cookeville, Crossville, Sparta, Livingston, and Baxter, and we’d love to add you to our list as well. We extend an invitation for you to visit us at your convenience. We’ll help you breathe new life into your kitchen.
Kitchens are often the gathering place in many Southern homes. Hospitality can center around a good casserole, the perfect glass of iced tea or just a simple coffee. It only makes sense for us to want that room to look as good as it possibly can. However, there are so many things you could change, how do you decide which is first?
When it comes to your cabinets, there are a few ways to initiate a great change. One of the least invasive is refacing. Instead of changing the location of these pieces, they are simply equipped with a brand new exterior cover, complete with wood grain and finish color, as well as new hardware, such as hinges and door handles if you prefer. The change you get with this procedure is just as massive as having brand new units set in place. The only one who will know the truth is you.
A larger remodel can allow you even more benefits. Changing cabinet locations can add immense functionality, such as allowing a shorter homeowner access to more of the units that used to be situated too high to reach. Adding depth, extra shelving or roll-out features can also make them easier to use. In some situations, you might even want to add extra units, or take a few away. Either way, you’re going to be amazed with the results.