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We have just moved into a very dated house (hasn't been touched since the 60s/70s). We are going to replace our kitchen eventually, but wanted to update it (for as little as possible) in the meantime. Attached photo shows what I'm dealing with!I've come across some vinyl wraps that you stick on to the doors to update them - has anyone used them before? www.ebay.co.uk/itm/610-x-5-M-24-Gloss-Self-Adhesive-Kitchen-Cupboard-Door-Drawer-Wardrobe-Cover-/151238986315
I have to say that vintage kitchen is probably worth a fortune to some hipster somewhere. Is it in as good condition as it looks? Get yourself some Hornsea pottery and embrace the midcentury. Were you thinking of just changing the colour?
Are you in East London? I remember a woodyard that used to sell that kind of door by the lorryload.
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