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From the curtains to the cabinets to the vinyl flooring, it was time to bring this kitchen into the 21st century. First of all, we love that this kitchen incorporates a lot more color than we see in many of our contemporary kitchen remodels.Don’t get us wrong — we love an all-white kitchen, but this design really fits the space.Of course, the biggest benefit to redoing the cabinets is the ability to make room for all those clever cabinet options that weren’t common in the 1980s, like this perfectly sized pull-out spice rack.Melamine cabinets with oak trim were a popular style back when I was a kid. I’ll show you how to update melamine kitchen cabinets with paint and new hardware to give them a brand new look. I’ve even provided a handy checklist with additional tips, so you can enjoy your new kitchen sooner and with less mistakes.
We had the original (grime-encrusted) pine cabinets, aluminum-wrapped laminate counters (that sent a shock through my forearms every time I used the sink), asbestos-laced linoleum floors, and a host of electrical upgrades to do.
When Kelly and her husband moved into a 1950s fixer-upper in late 2012, they knew their kitchen — with original (in Kelly’s words, grime-encrusted) pine cabinets, aluminum-wrapped laminate counters and linoleum floors mixed with asbestos — would need some aesthetic upgrading.
They even started working on this room two hours after closing on the house!
I started painting the cabinet frames first, and didn’t prime the oak side panels first. The white turned an orangey-yellow as it dried, and it took 4 coats to cover it up.
Half the can was gone and I hadn’t even started on the doors!