Our ideas for covering kitchen furniture
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Our ideas for covering kitchen furniture

March 12, 2024

Repainting kitchen furniture

Painting is often the first option you think of when you want to refresh your kitchen furniture. It allows you to choose a color that matches your tastes and the décor of your home. Be careful, however, to choose a paint suited to the material of your furniture. And above all, choose a product that's resistant to wear and moisture.

After all, the kitchen is the room in the house that requires the most daily maintenance. Chalk paint is also a popular option for giving your kitchen furniture a vintage, shabby chic look. It creates a matte finish and can be sanded for an aged effect.

Adhesive film: the economical solution for covering kitchen furniture

For a durable, economical kitchen, you can cover the furniture in the room with adhesive film. Unlike paint, decorative vinyl for furniture requires no preparation or drying time. Another notable advantage is that there's no risk of slipping or leaving brush marks.

In short, applying adhesive film requires no special know-how. It's easy to use and maintain. Cover Styl adhesive vinyls for furniture are available in a wide variety of patterns and textures: wood, marble, concrete, stone... You can apply them to your kitchen furniture to give it a new look.

Renovate with veneer

Wood veneer is a fairly expensive furniture repair option. But it can completely transform the appearance of your kitchen furniture. You can choose from a variety of wood species for a warm, natural look. Note, however, that veneer, while requiring more care and labor to install than wood cling film, offers no major difference in visual appeal.

Glass or colored acrylic: a modern kitchen

For a more contemporary, colorful look, replace your cupboard doors with glass or colored acrylic panels. It's an original way to breathe new life into a damaged or old-fashioned kitchen.

Bonus tip for kitchen cabinet renovation

To change the look of your kitchen without completely replacing its furniture, you can focus on certain details. For example, simply replacing the handles and knobs on your cupboard doors makes a big difference to the look of your kitchen. This simple trick can also be used alongside the covering of your kitchen furniture to radically change the look and feel of the whole room.

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