The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Melamine Cabinets

Posted on: 1 February 2017

Melamine cabinets are made out of a hardened composite resin, which provides them with a distinctive set of material advantages and disadvantages when compared to traditional wooden kitchen cabinets. Understanding the features and drawbacks associated with melamine cabinets can help you decide if they are the right fit for your kitchen remodel or not. Advantages of Melamine Cabinets Durability: Melamine is a highly durable material and is able to withstand physical trauma to a greater degree than wood is. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Consider Cabinet Refinishing

Posted on: 30 January 2017

One of the best options at your disposal when you are trying to update your kitchen is cabinet refinishing, mostly because of the various ways it can help you restore your current cabinets to pristine condition. Listed below are three reasons to consider cabinet refinishing. Allows You To Keep Your Kitchen's Current Look One of the best reasons to consider cabinet refinishing is the fact that it does allow you to keep your kitchen's look if you are actually satisfied with the current appearance of your kitchen. [Read More]

Building A Sunroom? Don't Forget To Include These Amazing Features

Posted on: 26 January 2017

From the ability to enjoy the outdoors without leaving the comfort of your home to the ability to add square footage to your house for less money than a traditional addition, there are several reasons why you've chosen to construct a sunroom. However, even though your sunroom will provide you with the idea spot to lounge with friends and family, you will want to find additional ways to make the space even more comfortable. [Read More]

How To Paint Wooden Kitchen Cabinets And Use Textured Spray Paint To Create Borders

Posted on: 16 September 2016

Sand old, wooden cabinets in your home's kitchen and add bright-colored paint to each one by completing the steps below. Once the paint has dried, use textured spray paint to create a decorative border across the front of each cabinet's door. Materials power drill plastic sheeting hand sander sandpaper emery cloth wood cleaner lint-free cloths painter's tape bright-colored interior paint wooden paint stirrer paint tray paint roller roller handle and frame narrow paintbrush ruler self-adhesive stencils textured-spray paint water clear sealant Sand The Cabinet Frames And Doors [Read More]