Updating white kitchen cabinets

23-May-2020 02:45

In the end, we decided to You have probably seen tutorials on how to DIY a shaker style cabinet door because I have and I used their tutorial to start my updates, like this one or this one.

But something that worried me about their tutorials was using 1/4″ plywood.

Next was applying caulk to the inside of the door where the new trim hits the door.

With the liquid nails, apply a small bead in a zig-zag pattern along the MDF strip, making sure to stay 1/2″ away from all sides. After cutting the strips, take them back to the cabinet door and see how they fit.

Move along the same side and place more nails, making sure everything is flush as you go. If the piece is too big After cutting the strips, take them back to the cabinet door and see how they fit.

Who loves the look of the classic shaker style cabinet doors? But I could not bring myself to rip out these solid wood cabinets, plus I did not want to spend the money on new ones.

A year ago we were talking about what to do with our kitchen cabinets because they were dated.

Next was applying caulk to the inside of the door where the new trim hits the door.With the liquid nails, apply a small bead in a zig-zag pattern along the MDF strip, making sure to stay 1/2″ away from all sides. After cutting the strips, take them back to the cabinet door and see how they fit.Move along the same side and place more nails, making sure everything is flush as you go. If the piece is too big After cutting the strips, take them back to the cabinet door and see how they fit.Who loves the look of the classic shaker style cabinet doors? But I could not bring myself to rip out these solid wood cabinets, plus I did not want to spend the money on new ones. A year ago we were talking about what to do with our kitchen cabinets because they were dated.And guess what, he had the same concerns I did about using plywood.