Updating kitchen cabinets with crown molding
Mary and her husband had already done an extensive makeover of the kitchen in their new home, expanding cabinetry, updating appliances, painting, adding a peninsula for dishwasher and sink.
The renovation had actually been done for several months, with just some of the detail left to finish.
Of course, battery-run lights are not as bright as their hard-wired cousins.Just prior to the much anticipated big box visit, Mary and spouse decided to address the last touches required to their cabinetry in the kitchen.The weekend before they set about installing their own crown molding on top of the cabinets.Change the glass insert in a cabinet door, and you change the look and feel of your kitchen."Decorative glass takes stock cabinets and gives them a custom look,” says Anthony Longo, who sells glass panels.