Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
Blend Cabinet Refacing With Sink and Faucetby Allison Millar
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
As you consider how to change your kitchen cabinet design with cabinet refacing, look around for ways to revamp the entire room. Why not make the transformation complete by coordinating your cabinet refacing with your kitchen sink and faucet?
Kitchen Sink Area Makes Design StatementThe kitchen sink is an important area, as it is highly visible and is the center of the functional work in the kitchen. When blending new cabinet refacing styles with the existing kitchen sink and faucet, consider:
New Kitchen Sink StylesKitchen sinks are sold in a variety of sizes, shapes, and materials. Among the popular kitchen sinks are stainless steel models, which can blend with any cabinet style. Consider using traditional oak cabinet doors and drawers with a double bowl, stainless steel sink, for example. Among the other kitchen sink materials are:
Focus on Kitchen Faucet FinishThe kitchen faucet now will add the finishing touch to the new kitchen design. Look for faucets with high arching spouts or with sleek spouts that include sprayers. Among the popular faucet finishes are satin nickel, brushed chrome, and antique brass.
Kitchen cabinet refacing can add a whole new look to your kitchen design. By combining cabinet refacing with a new sink and faucet, you can help transform the entire kitchen.
About the Author
Allison E. Beatty is a syndicated real estate writer. She has been a writer of home improvement columns for 15 years. Her articles have appeared in numerous national newspapers and magazines, and on home improvement web sites.