Published at Thursday, March 21st 2019, 01:41:02 AM. Kitchen Cabinet. By Walidah Alamieyeseigha.
Give your kitchen a whole transformation in two days with three jobs. Elevate the expression of a builder basic kitchen with easy projects like installing custom cabinet shelving, building a custom vent hood, and tiling your backsplash. You won't believe how these budget-friendly DIY projects will make your kitchen a space you love.Transform your kitchen in only two weeks with these simple kitchen layout ideas. Yep, you heard us right! All you need is two days, some supplies from the hardware store, and some helping hands to completely elevate your own kitchen. These jobs can make your weekend a success.
Although this kitchen was up-to-date and functional when we started, there were a few regions where small improvements could make a large impact. As an example, the builder-basic, over-the-range microwave was practical but it crowded the range area. Simply by removing the microwave in the wall (and replacing it with a practical vent hood), the kitchen feels more open and the vent hood looks like a high-end custom made cabinetry bit. The classic subway tile backsplash gives a subtle contrast to the pristine white cabinets. And the walk-in cabinet has a fresh new look with more functional custom shelves.
While an over-the-range microwave is practical, we understood a built-in vent hood would make the kitchen feel custom and high-end. To elevate the look of the area, we eliminated the microwave from over the cooktop and put in a vent hood in its place. A simple vent hood--which may be seen at the local hardware store--circulates the air while cooking, decreasing food scents and minimizing airborne grease and moisture from dispersing. The performance of a vent hood was a top priority but was aesthetics. Towed the two, we built a custom made wood box around a vent hood and painted the box to match the cabinetry. This clever solution hides the vent hood while blending seamlessly into the existing cabinetry. Keep in mind that every time a wall-unit microwave has been removed, there'll be openings in the wall where the rear bracket was attached--which brings us to our next project.
To cover the holes onto the wall from where the microwave was, we installed a classic white backsplash tile. An entry-level DIY job, installing backsplash tile is a comparatively quick project that can be done in as little as a few hours. We elected to get a super-classic white subway tile backsplash that will more than look good. Tile backsplashes serve a practical role, protecting the wall between the counter and upper cupboards. This is particularly important around the sink where many splashes occur, in addition to supporting the cooktop where you will find food and grease splatters. In a couple of hours, you are able to install the tiles then wait overnight and grout the second moment. It is so easy, you might find yourself looking for excuses to start up another tile endeavor.
Give your kitchen a brand new look in just 1 weekend with a homemade subway tile backsplash.
Before, this cabinet was packed --there wasn't a whole lot of wiggle room between shelves, along with the four shelves were not making the most of the walk-in pantry's vertical storage potential. We designed the new pantry to better accommodate the items saved in the space and installed sturdy and fashionable laminated wood shelves we found at the local hardware store. To make it much easier to catch up items, we made the very best four shelves to be shallower (11 inches deep) and tighter together (between 10 and 12 inches apart) compared to lower shelves. Kitchen storage shouldn't be an issue thanks to the DIY pantry update.