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    • Mary Modig

      I like the mix of open cabinets and the doors. Love the use of baskets on the open shelves. Nice green color too.

    • Jennifer O'Chester

      Less is MoreRemoving the doors from some of the upper cabinets reveals the space inside, making the kitchen look larger. Paint the interior a rich accent color to spice up the kitchen even more. PREV9/31NEXT Modern Update For a small change with big effect, add stylish hardware to your cabinets. Replacing traditional cabinet door knobs with modern tubular handles is an affordable hardware update that offers a trendy touch for your kitchen. Find a cabinet professional in your area. PREV10/31NEXT Pretty Practical Cabinets work hard, but need not be used for function only. With crisp white woodwork and stylish glass in the original doors, the top section of this wall set stores an abundance of dishes. A tasteful skirt puts a pretty face on non-display items on the shelves below. Find a cabinet professional in your area. PREV11/31NEXT Aged to Perfection Distressed cabinets, such as these aged black ones, give off a beautiful vintage vibe. A granite countertop, exposed brick walls, and slate flooring make a dramatic statement by playing off the dark cabinet finish. PREV12/31NEXT Sparkling White Once-boring brown cabinets now offer streamline style with several coats of white paint over their dated facade. Removing cabinet doors also provides visual interest. Say good-bye to the cabinet doors below your sink and replace then with a soft curtain, or eliminate doors on the upper cabinets and use the open shelves for display. PREV13/31NEXT Elegant Makeover A kitchen has an abundance of hard surfaces -- appliances, flooring, faucets, and light fixtures, to name a few. To soften the look of your kitchen, refresh your cabinets with a few coats of a soothing paint color. An inviting powder blue does the trick on these cabinets. Light blue walls, white trim, and open shelving also boost the room?s bright and airy look. PREV14/31NEXT Modern Transformation Existing cabinets get a dramatic makeover with modern orange paint. The color used here takes on a muted tone when paired with a dark wood backdrop and simple hardware. PREV15/31NEXT Country Cabinets Go country chic with distressed cabinets. Paint wood cabinets in your choice of color (a bolder hue, such as this vibrant robin?s egg blue, will lend a more modern look) and once dry, do a little bit of sanding around the door edges and across the cabinet fronts. PREV16/31NEXT Sunny Yellow Two coats of buttery yellow enamel paint catapult white Plain Jane builder's cabinets into the spotlight. Wrapping the island with beaded-board paneling turns it into a focal point. PREV17/31NEXT Vintage Inspiration Light green high-gloss enamel paint on old, dinged-up cabinet doors refreshes the look of an older kitchen. (The paint color was inspired by vintage Jadeite.) Dated hardware was swapped for brushed-nickel knobs and hinges. PREV18/31NEXT Glass-Front Alternative Love the look of glass-front cabinets, but aren?t so sure you want your cabinet?s contents completely visible? Try opaque or frosted glass instead, which gives off the same light look as transparent glass, but still conceals the interior. PREV19/31NEXT Easy Molding Update For a kitchen with a vintage vibe, glue gingerbread appliques (available at home centers) on door panels. These affordable wood pieces come in many styles and are easy to adhere to cabinet doors using wood glue. Kick up the vintage look by applying a thin coat of burnt umber glaze to the doors and gingerbread. Wipe off while wet to get desired effect. PREV20/31NEXT Red Renovation Two layers of paint transform plain wood cabinets: a red latex base coat coupled with a top coat of oil-base paint (black and raw umber) mixed with oil-base glazing liquid and paint thinner. Basket-style metal hardware suits the decorative paint finish. PREV21/31NEXT Rustic Look This casual, gently distressed look is the perfect theme for a country kitchen. Open shelving allows ample storage and display space without being overtaken by clutter. Unconventional wooden bars serve as door handles while keeping with the cabinet?s style. PREV22/31NEXT Mellow Yellow Painting old cabinets crisp white (plus polishing existing hardware) saves them for another decade of use. Repeating the beaded-board backsplash on a new island gives everything the same old-time flavor. PREV23/31NEXT Hot Stuff Once stuck in neutral, this kitchen gets its kicks from newly painted yellow cabinets and deep red walls distressed with a crackle medium. Hefty black hardware holds its own against the vibrant colors. PREV24/31NEXT Storage on Display Take ordinary cabinets to the next level by swapping out a few solid door panels for glass-front ones. This setup doubles as storage and a showcase for glasses, plates, serving bowls, and tea pots. PREV25/31NEXT Cottage Charm Fresh white paint unifies cabinets that once combined wood-tone bases with uppers sporting silvery metal door inserts. Doors and drawer fronts were professionally sprayed with lacquer; cabinet boxes were painted by the homeowners. PREV26/31NEXT Metallic Makeover Seeking an industrial, modern look for your cabinets? Take a lesson from these revamped cabinets. Thick coats of paint once covered these 1940s wall-hung cabinets, which were sandblasted to expose the bare metal, then varnished to protect their gleaming beauty. Beaded board, applied like a skin to the base cabinets, was painted graphite gray to harmonize with the steel. PREV27/31NEXT Retro Redo Revive a retro room with a monochromatic color scheme. Here, bright green paint coats the kitchen with an eye-catching charm. White appliances offer a welcome contrast to the color burst while keeping the theme light and bright. PREV28/31NEXT Feeling Groovy Vertical grooves and horizontal supports create texture that adds interest to basic doors. Soft green paint, a butcher-block countertop, and new hardware, including bin pulls in a weathered iron finish, continue the rustic look. PREV29/31NEXT Green Space Creamy white paint on formerly dark cabinets can make a kitchen feel larger; such was the case for this kitchen. To add a dose of color, paint your island a bright hue. This island was painted a darker shade of green than the walls to help it stand out. Faux wrought-iron knobs tie in the updated cabinets with the black light fixture/pot rack. PREV30/31NEXT Woody Shades Natural-looking stains in assorted colors spruce up plain-front wooden cabinets. Sleek metal pulls with simple styling echo stainless-steel appliances while complementing the earth-tone tints. PREV31/31NEXT Popular Slideshows Update Boring Builder's Cabinets Give your kitchen a low-cost makeover that starts ... 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    • LeAnn Wisham

      Love the cabinet color! Possibly pull of the doors and do open shelves without disturbing the cabinet boxes. Also, sage green cabinets with yellow background - right up your alley. Someday, not today.

    • Bonnie Smith

      I kinda want green kitchen cabinets... Less Is More ~ Removing the doors from some of the upper cabinets reveals the space inside, making the kitchen look larger. Paint the interior a rich accent color to spice up the kitchen even more.

    • Stephanie Berg

      Digging the sage color, might be nice for kitchen cabinets, but def for the front/garage doors! Possibly pull of the doors and do open shelves without disturbing the cabinet boxes. Also, sage green cabinets with yellow background - right up your alley. Someday, not today.

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