Kitchen cabinets, aside from the functionality they provide, also play a prominent role in how your kitchen looks. So, when your kitchen cabinets start to look a little old and worn, it may be time for you to consider a kitchen cabinet facelift.
When you want to spice up your kitchen space, but you don’t have enough money and time to purchase and install new kitchen cabinets, you can either choose to reface or to repaint your old cabinets. Refacing a cost-effective way to give your old but still structurally-sound kitchen cabinets a new look.
Compared to simple repainting job, refacing involves the replacement of cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and molding details of the old cabinet. One of the advantages of this method is that you can choose from a variety of materials to cover the exterior part of your old cabinets, thus effectively overhauling their appearance as if you bought brand new cabinets.
To know more about these options, here is an infographic from Kitchen Cabinet Refacing which details the pros and cons of refacing, replacing, and repainting of kitchen cabinets.