Kitchen renovation with Delari
Freshly painted kitchen furniture and stylish walls with an ombre-look
“I used to like it” – who doesn‘t know this statement, no matter whether people talk about clothes, hairstyles or the furnishings. Dress style and hairstyle can easily be changed, but when it comes to built-in furniture, for example in kitchens, it can quickly become complex and expensive.
The DIY blogger Nine from Delari has also asked herself this question: How can I renovate my kitchen quickly and cost-effectively? In the high-quality fitted kitchen, the cupboards and worktop still looked as good as new, but Nine was fed up with the vanilla tone of the fronts and was eager for a change. In rented apartments, you are often forced to take over the kitchen of the previous tenant – whether you like it or not. If you don‘t have the opportunity for a new, modern fitted kitchen, you have to come to terms with the taste of the previous tenant. Or do you? We have a simple solution: renovate your kitchen to your taste! You don‘t have to replace everything right away. Often a colour accent is enough to completely change the look. In addition to the wall colour, you can even apply new tiles with a little craftsmanship or give the kitchen fronts a new colour. But how does the new colour get onto the cabinets? Adhesive foils have been available for a long time. However, the more corners and edges the kitchen has, the more difficult it is to stick the films on cleanly. Together with Nine, we will show you a quick and easy way: Just spray it on!