Updating 1960 s kitchen
Especially the shows where they are fixing up houses for sale.For new doors (or other suggestions), contact Pilgrim Cabinet Works in Simpsonville.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members.I love the amount of cabinets in there, I think it's unusual in a house this age? One inspection down, 2 to go - then we'll have a house (hopefully)!!! My daughter redid her kitchen last year, but she was in TN at the time, so I won't give a company name. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over $68,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. The style of the hinges and fact they are visible is also rather dated.If they were my cabinets, I'd take all the doors and hinges off. If getting new doors is too expensive, just painting all the cabinets and getting new hardware will make a huge difference. It will have to stand up to a lot of use in a kitchen.The home was built in the late 1960's and needs some updating.
I'm unable to do a full kitchen remodel and I really don't mind the cabinets, they are in excellent condition for the age and are real wood.
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We just had our offer on a home accepted, as long as it passes inspection, it will be ours.
They can tell you how to prep the cabinets and sell you a super durable paint.
The Benjamin Moore store in Mauldin is really good for this. Most of these suggestions will require both time and patience. I have a great deal of skill and experience at this type of thing because I have patience and and time but not a lot of money. I've gotten many ideas from watching HGTV, where they often redo things on a budget.
Oh, if anyone has these cabinets and are planning on getting rid of them, I could use some wood for the area where the DW will be going - let me know! I'm surprised that there's no one out there that's redone their kitchen?