You can get as decorative as you want by adding trim.

If you want space you can use, you can also buy thin cabinets that will fit in the area and paint all the cabinetry to match.

A very simple and quick update is to add molding or trim to the cabinet doors.

So if they’re sad, the whole kitchen looks a bit depressed.

They’re also among the most expensive feature to replace in the kitchen.

There are many benefits to using chalk paint over latex or another type of paint on your kitchen cabinets.

First of all, in many instances you simply need to clean the surfaces and apply one coat.

Check out an example: HERE Beadboard is another great way to update the doors of your cabinets.

If you’re applying trim, you can put beadboard inside the trimmed out area for a great look.

For laminate and melamine finishes, be sure to rough up the surface with 150-grit sandpaper, and apply a good bonding primer before topping it off with the color of your choice.

If you’re going to dive into this DIY project, keep these tips in mind: Crown molding adds a touch of class to the tops of tired cabinets for less than you’d expect.

So that’s where these inexpensive cosmetic miracles fit in.