Why replace when you could reface?

1. Add crown molding to builder basic cabinets to make them look custom.

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2. Crown molding can also be used to extend cabinetry to the ceiling.

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3. Use removable wallpaper to spruce up a rental kitchen without sacrificing your deposit.

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4. Or, if you’re extremely patient and meticulous, use colorful washi tape.

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5. Paint honey oak cabinets to bring them into this decade.

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6. Add some ‘jewelry’ to your kitchen by changing out the hardware.

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7. Remove cabinet doors for instant open shelving.

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8. Wallpaper the inside of glass front cabinets in a striking pattern.

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9. Or, paint them for an unexpected pop of color.

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10. Amp up visual interest with fretwork on cabinet doors.

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11. Brighten up your space using under cabinet and interior cabinet lighting.

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12. Paint lower cabinets a contrasting color for a modern two-tone look.

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13. Replace glass in cabinet doors with vintage-inspired metal grilles.

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