How to spice up your Ikea kitchen cabinets

20 July 2021
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Ikea Kitchen cabinets can be a great affordable option if sticking to a tight budget, however they tend to look just like that….an affordable kitchen.

There are ways you can spice up your Ikea kitchen cabinets and make them look like a designer kitchen, without the designer price tag.

 

Doors

The cabinet doors are the face of your kitchen and while Ikea has a few door options for you to select from, there really is not many options that cater to every one’s taste. You can replace your Ikea kitchen cabinet doors with beautiful custom made doors in the designs and colours you desire for a lot less than you think. The Kitchen Door Company offers custom made doors to suit your Ikea kitchen cabinets, whether you have the Ikea Faktum or Ikea Metod cabinets, at an affordable price and with over 500 designs and endless colour options, you can turn your Ikea kitchen into your dream kitchen.

 

Benchtops

While the doors are the main face of the kitchen, the benchtop also plays a key role. If your benchtop is a little out-dated or you find it a bit of an eye sore then why not look at replacing it along with the doors. With so many options available for benchtops these days, there is sure to be an option that you will love and your kitchen will love you for it!  

 

Accessories

The simplest of changes to your accessories can leave your kitchen feeling a million dollars.

The Kitchen Door Company supplies soft-close hinges as standard and with options such as push-to-open mechanisms or stunning handles, these little changes to your Ikea kitchen cabinets will have your kitchen feeling and looking as good as new.

 

If you’re wanting to explore the idea of upgrading your Ikea kitchen cabinets without having to do a full renovation and without having to pay a hefty bill, contact us today on (08) 9456 0165 or sales@tkdc.com.au and our team will be able to answer any questions you might have and provide you with a quote.  

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