If you don't have a lot of storage, glass-display cabinets may not be the best option if you just want to hide your stuff. Simple painters’ or washi tape can be used to install some glam wrapping or wallpaper.This will give the cabinet visual interest and it will give you some privacy.The countertop was black, so she picked a light gray for the uppers and lime green for the lower cabinets to brighten things up."Citrus-like colors — orange, yellow and green — look great in a kitchen," she says.3. "Replacing existing doors with glass-paneled ones looks like a major upgrade," Scott says.
A very affordable update is to replace your cabinet's hardware with one of today's popular options: vintage-look glass, burnished bronze, antiqued copper, pewter and shiny or matte nickel.
You could even put corbels under the breakfast bar for added dimension and inexpensive customization.
These kitchen cabinets are hopefully in worse shape than yours, but they're not that uncommon.
"I've seen people use hardware that looks like forks and spoons or mini chickens.
Those options are fun, but they get old fast," Scott warns.2. Kristy Kropat, an interior designer based in San Francisco, recently moved into a new home, but she didn't love the kitchen.