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One day I was waiting at the paint counter at Lowe’s, there was a bucket of yardsticks, and I was thinking that I should buy wood trim that size because it’s exactly the look I had in mind – flat, shaker style, and the width of the boards were still small enough for the tiny drawers.

Then it dawned on me that I should just use yardsticks! At just

(Spoiler: nnnnnoootttt.) My sisters & I were outside tackling the cabinet doors.

But I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the dated 50’s cabinetry.

Painting is the obvious answer for dated cabinets, but I was worried that the plain, flat-front doors might still look cheap & bland, even with a fresh coat of paint.

The kitchen shown belongs to blogger Judy Meek, who first tried open shelving in 2011 and documented her steps for her readers. “Besides the open shelf over the peninsula, I’ve also opened up a shelf over the dishwasher for glasses, a shelf over the coffeemaker for cups and a long cabinet over our cooktop for our everyday dinnerware.

Do you want to redecorate your kitchen without a high-budget makeover?

.69 a piece, they were much cheaper than plain craft boards the exact same size.

For this step I used the following tools: First I taped off the area to be cut. Then I used a drill and a small drill bit to drill a hole in the corner.

I don’t have a specific size for you, it just needs to be big enough to fit your jig saw blade in after drilling a few side-by-side. Once the center panels were cut, I touched up the edges with fresh paint.

1 kitchen cupboard, 10 different cabinet door designs on a budget!

And here is how the kitchen cupboard looks at the beginning – with plain wooden surface and no character.

I thought that adding simple trim to the fronts would really dress them up and make them look more expensive than they are.

Adding trim to cabinet doors has obviously been done before.

(Spoiler: nnnnnoootttt.) My sisters & I were outside tackling the cabinet doors.

But I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the dated 50’s cabinetry.

Painting is the obvious answer for dated cabinets, but I was worried that the plain, flat-front doors might still look cheap & bland, even with a fresh coat of paint.

The kitchen shown belongs to blogger Judy Meek, who first tried open shelving in 2011 and documented her steps for her readers. “Besides the open shelf over the peninsula, I’ve also opened up a shelf over the dishwasher for glasses, a shelf over the coffeemaker for cups and a long cabinet over our cooktop for our everyday dinnerware.

Do you want to redecorate your kitchen without a high-budget makeover?