One of the cost-efficient ways to re-decorate kitchen cabinets is through kitchen wallpapers, or fototapety do kuchni. Aside from that, it also saves time and does away with inconvenience of having the kitchen cabinet doors removed. It is important that you choose designs that complement existing wall design or colors. Or, you may go for a new look by creating customized appearance for kitchen cabinets and decorations.
Wallpaper can be used as artwork if you are looking to re-decorate your kitchen cabinets. You may do away with using solid colors; instead, use floral designs and patterned wallpapers. To mount the wallpaper on the raised portion of the cabinet door, use glue or spray adhesive and let the outer molding serve as a wallpaper frame. Paint the frame according to the base colors of your kitchen.
Wood Grain-Like Wallpaper
Consider using kitchen wallpapers that have a wood design to turn your painted cabinets into something that looks like wooden cabinets. Use washable wallpaper that is easy to clean. To give your kitchen a lighter look, choose wallpapers that look like ash, birch, maple, and poplar. Opting for a light color will help the kitchen look bigger and brighter. To make it look cozier, choose those that have medium to darker color like cherry, mahogany, or walnut.
You may only apply the wallpaper on the door, and then use a solid color or matching wood stain on the edges to avoid cutting the wallpaper on the edges and other tricky areas on the cabinet hinges. Remove nobs and re-attach them after you’ve applied the wallpaper.
Contemporary Solid Colors
Using solid colors and textures may give kitchen cabinets a contemporary look and feel. With solid colors, you can create a “color block” that matches the main color palette in the overall kitchen design. For instance, in a black and white kitchen, use solid colored wallpaper in red or yellow to add drama or character. Narrow your choices by ensuring that they are washable.
Borders are used to re-design and give cabinets a whole new fresher look for less money and time. They can easily be incorporated to an existing painted or wooden cabinet. All you have to do is to sand the surface where the border will be applied and use the right adhesive for the surface. Use the same wallpaper border pattern to have a matching backsplash behind the kitchen sink or stove.