Dec 23, 2008 11:31 am
First post for me in the Kitchen Corner.
The previously renovated house has a perfectly good kitchen but it doesn't fit our colour scheme at all; all yellowwy/tan doors, gold handles and a yellowish/wood counter top. It all looks like MDF wrapped in something (I assume vinyl or something similar)
I've been told I can keep the structure of the whole thing and "just" replace all the doors; and also get the counter top replaced.
I'm wondering if there's any other options? Can I get the existing doors rewrapped? Is it worth it?
Re: Perfectly good kitchen, but wrong colour. Options?2
Dec 23, 2008 11:54 am
You could paint them with a laminate paint.
http://www.whiteknightpaints.com.au/pro ... nate-paint
I went the new doors + benchtop route myself.
Check to see if your hinges are adjustable if you are pricing up the cost to replace doors + benchtop as new adjustable hinges will add up a bit.
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