Transitional KitchenTransitional Kitchen, London
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Fit new cabinet frontsIs your kitchen looking a little tired but you can’t afford a complete makeover? A smart way to update shabby units on a budget is to fit new doors. Look online for companies that sell these relatively cheaply. Many are designed to fit standard frames, but made-to-measure doors are available, too. These doors come in a variety of finishes and colours, or can be painted to your requirements (or you can paint them yourself to save money). Shaker style is a good choice for doors, as it’s a look that never seems to date.Read reviews of joiners and carpenters in your area
Court classic charmThis glamorous grey beauty proves that sliding glass doors can sit happily in a more traditional kitchen. Shaker-style cabinets with chrome cup handles are a classic choice, while a barely-there induction hob provides a touch of contemporary tech. Sliding doors are a prime pick for those who intend their interior decor and outside space to take centre stage, over architectural features.