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Mommasoph30 Mon 22-Aug-16 11:40:26

Hi, just purchased house, don't like the kitchen, Which is a waste as its brand new.

I don't like the cupboards, but do like the worktop and Tiles.
How easy is it to change the cupboards but not worktop?

Cheers

Sophia

FrogFairy Mon 22-Aug-16 12:29:54

Replacing the doors and drawer fronts would be an easy job.

Just check measurements carefully as sizes can vary.

FrogFairy Mon 22-Aug-16 12:30:26

Sorry meant to say sizes vary between brands

KnockMeDown Mon 22-Aug-16 12:32:58

Can I suggest that when you change the doors, you sell the 'old' ones on ebay or gumtree, if they are still quite new you will probably make a good amount back on them.

Mommasoph30 Mon 22-Aug-16 12:49:04

Thats fine, the kitchen is currently a light brown veneer and i wanted a ligh grey shaker style, but the problem is the bottom panels and side panels so what would you do with them?

Thanks for advice so far and yeah to sell on Ebay is great idea!

ShortLass Mon 22-Aug-16 14:02:47

Agree with KnockMeDown. If you google second hand kitchens you can see that there are places where you can sell your kitchen. If it's brand new, you might be able to get a decent price for it. It's not just ebay.

Bottom panels are called plimths. Side panels are called ... Side panels.

ShortLass Mon 22-Aug-16 14:06:31

You can paint panels to match (you could even get doors which are primed ready for painting so you paint everything and it all matches). Or just buy new ones when you buy the doors.

(Sorry, misread and thought you were asking what panels were called confused. But you weren't! Didn't mean to tell you what to call things.)

Mommasoph30 Mon 22-Aug-16 14:27:13

Thats fine, i didnt know the bottoms were called Plimths, thank you for the advice.

OnePlanOnHouzz Mon 22-Aug-16 16:02:34

Er - they are actually called Plinths !
Theses peeps might be able to help with new doors ?!

http://bespokea.london/what/

http://www.shakerdoors.co.uk/blogs/shakerdoors/15861440-ikea-metod-and-shaker-doors

http://www.doors2size.co.uk/content/angleddoors.php

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