Dimensions for cabinets and furniture have been standardized over the years to fit the average size person. While you can customize furnishing to fit your own personal needs, here’s a list of commonly used dimensions to help you when planning your next project.
Danny gives some valuable tips on how to update the look and style of your kitchen cabinets without the time and expense involved in replacing them, including changing the existing hinges and knobs, replacing the cabinet doors, and repainting the cabinets. Watch this video to find out more.
I’m often asked why some brands of pre-fabricated cabinets are so expensive when they are made of particle board. Most quality cabinets use a material that does resemble a low-grade particle board but is actually much more durable.
Full kitchen remodels now cost at least $25,000 and frequently run $50,000 or more. But many kitchens aren’t worn out or dysfunctional, they just look tired and out-of-date. The answer is a cosmetic upgrade, including replacing the countertops, sink, and hardware. Read on to find out more.
Once upon a time, cabinets were built on site by trim carpenters. Today, that’s true only for the highest-end units. Most cabinets are now made in shops or factories, where the environment is ideal for controlling wood quality and craftsmanship.