If you are tired of looking at your old chipped, peeled, drab metal kitchen cabinets, take a trip to the hardware store for a can of paint. Paint offers a fast, easy and inexpensive way to give any cabinets a quick makeover. Painting metal can be tricky, but with a little knowhow and the right products, you can give your kitchen a whole new look.
Hackel Construction, Inc. remodeled this 1950's kitchen by having the Geneva brand metal cabinets removed and professionally repainted. New counter tops, sink, floor tile, tile backsplash and light fixtures completed the project. For more information visit Hackelconstructioninc.com
An eclectic family home in Springfield, MO: "We reclaimed our metal kitchen cabinets from the basement! We had them sand blasted and powder coated and then completely rearranged and renovated our kitchen. We bought butcher block from Lumber Liquidators for our countertops." #sneakpeek
Peacock Blue Kitchen Cabinets: "The cabinets in this kitchen are made of powder-coated stainless steel, so they're not only pretty, they're pretty permanent. The company that made the cabinets, St. Charles, is now owned by Viking, which means you can order appliances in the same color."