To make your kitchen more efficient and functional, consider organizing and maximizing the storage space in your kitchen cabinets. Ideas include drawer dividers for flatware, pegboard dividers for pots and pans, pullouts for cookie sheets, and a plate rack. Watch this video to find out more.
Installing new doors on your existing kitchen cabinets can be easy if you know how. Watch this video to see all of the steps involved in this installation from measuring and ordering to installing the hinges and mounting.
When installing the cabinets during this kitchen remodel, the base cabinets were put in first to allow measurements for the granite countertops. The base cabinets were set on blocks to compensate for the hardwood floor that was installed later. Wood shims were used to level the cabinets and align the faces.
If your kitchen cabinets have adjustable hinges, you may need to tweak them from time to time so the doors will close properly. Watch this video to find out which screws to turn to achieve the perfect fit on your cabinet doors.
Amy asks, “When remodeling a kitchen, should you install the cabinets or finished flooring first?”
I prefer to put the finished flooring down before installing the cabinets, though it can be done either way. While it uses more flooring material, the installation requires less cutting and fitting. Read on to find out more.