If you like the layout of your existing kitchen and your cabinets are in good shape, painting them can be a smart way to go. Another budget-friendly route is to purchase and install new cabinet boxes (or "carcasses," as I've heard them called fondly) from a retailer such as Ikea, and then hire a finish carpenter to make door and drawer fronts you can paint yourself or have painted professionally. With custom-painted fronts, nobody will know your cabinets came from a big box retailer. It is a rather time-consuming process, but the money you save by painting cabinets yourself can be put toward that pricey quartz countertop you've been eying. Another important thing is picking the right color to repainting. There are many popular colors to paint kitchen cabinets that are in trend. Color is a prominent aspect in repainting because color can create the mood of the kitchen.
If you have wooden color of cabinets and white color for the kitchen appliances, maybe you can try the combination of green, blue, yellow, and white. These colors are the popular colors to paint kitchen cabinets. Paint the cabinet with green and white, while cover the wall with yellow. Then you can tone it down with cool blue grey color. You will be surprise how a bit of paint can change a space so much. Using kiwi green for the floor can be good idea too, with white for the cooking appliances and the wall. Using light colors and simple lines will create larger room illusion, so these colors can be the best choice if you have small kitchen and want it looks bigger. In addition, with the ability to take advantage of light incredibly well, your kitchen will looks more beautiful and charming. So, repainting your kitchen, definitely a good choice.
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