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You might be surprised to hear it, but I’m actually a huge fan of oak cabinets…that’s right, a HUGE fan. Well, unlike melamine, thermofoil and veneers, oak cabinets are almost always REAL solid wood. did a FABulous job of updating her kitchen while keeping the rich tone of her oak cabinets.
With cup style pulls and decorative handles, her kitchen looks warm and inviting!
But finally, I decided it was time to get it because I had to start on the doors.
I went to Home Depot () and asked a worker to help me.
The more colours and metal finishes you add, the more cluttered it can make things look.
I decided to strip all the old paint off my cabinet doors because they were not painted very well before But if that is not your case here are some great tutorials on prepping cabinets to paint, from Young House Love and from Cherished Bliss.
Now that I had my MDF cut and doors sanded I was ready to add the trim to the cabinets. The first step was prepping the MDF strips, to do this I sanded the edges with #220 grit sandpaper to give them a smooth finish after cutting, Next, I placed the MDF strip flat on a sheet on the ground.
Copper is a beautiful complement to oak cabinets with its earthy rich metal finish.
Whether it’s canisters or small decorative pieces, adding copper can help to simplify and unify your cabinets and your decor as copper tends to have the same warm undertones as oak.