DIY Kitchen Cabinets
Update your kitchen cabinets with these diy projects, repairs and ideas.
Face Frame Cabinet Building Tips
Build your own kitchen cabinets? Why not? Face frame cabinets are just plywood boxes with hardwood face frames, and you can buy doors (the hard part) online.
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How to Fix a Broken Door Hinge
If the hinge screws have broken out of a particleboard door and taken chunks of the particleboard with them, the right glue can usually fix the damage.
How to Spray Paint Kitchen Cabinets
Instead of replacing your old kitchen cabinets, make them new by repainting them. With an inexpensive paint sprayer and a few gallons of paint you can transform your kitchen in a weekend.
Frameless Kitchen Cabinets
Here’s a home improvement job that’ll give you instant home equity along with great visual impact. Installing your own kitchen cabinets isn’t as difficult as you might think, but it does require some basic carpentry skills. We’ll show you wall and floor prep tips to make the job go faster and easier.
Installing Kitchen Cabinets
Install kitchen cabinets—base, wall and peninsula—using professional techniques. Hanging cabinets is easy and you'll save on your next kitchen remodel.
Kitchen Cabinets: 9 Easy Repairs
Sometimes, it's the little things that drive us crazy in the kitchen. The loose door knobs, nicked door fronts and slamming drawers. If any of these sound familiar, check out this collection of quick and easy kitchen cabinet repairs. You'll find simple solutions for many of the most common kitchen ...
Convert Wood Cabinet Doors to Glass
Complete a dramatic kitchen upgrade in 2 hours by upgrading your cabinet doors from wood to glass.
How to Replace a Sink Base Cabinet Floor
The flimsy particleboard bottoms in most kitchen and bathroom sink bases are often swollen and moldy from leaks. The best fix is to cut them out and replace them.
How to Install Under Cabinet Lighting in Your Kitchen
Add undercabinet lighting to existing kitchen cabinets. This unique method of wiring undercabinet lights eliminates disruptive wall tear-out and minimizes the difficult job of fishing cables from your attic or basement.