Kitchen cabinets are considered a focal point of any kitchen, not only because they take up a lot of space, but also because they often feature an aesthetically-pleasing design that attracts the attention of anyone who visits your kitchen space. However, when your cabinets start to take on that weary or dingy look after being in place for years, then it is time to decide whether to replace them or update their look either through refacing or repainting.
Although replacing your cabinets might be the most convenient way to instantly bring back the visual appeal of your kitchen space, it is not the most cost-friendly way especially if you don’t want to shell out at least $12,000 for a new set of cabinets. If you want to spruce up your kitchen space quickly and efficiently, and spending a great deal of money is not in your mind, then you can either choose to repaint or hire a professional contractor to reface your still structurally-sound kitchen cabinets.
In order to help you choose the best approach, this infographic from Kitchen Cabinet Refacing has detailed everything you need to know about refacing, replacing, and painting your old kitchen cabinets.