You'll be happy to know that you can replace your kitchen cabinets without replacing your countertops–the trick is to do this without damaging the countertops. That said, replacing the cabinets and keeping your countertops is much easier than you would anticipate.
How can I remodel my bathroom without removing tiles?
- Clean Your Grouting. Photo: Wattanaphob Kappago / EyeEM / Getty Images.
- Replace Unsightly Grouting Spots.
- Paint Over Your Tiles.
- Add a Wall Panel Cover.
- Consider a Temporary Decal.
Do people still use tile countertops?
Tile took off in popularity in the 1970s and 80s but remains a viable countertop option with few drawbacks. Tile can come as fired tile, ceramic or porcelain as well as stone tile, slate, travertine, granite and even glass tile.
How do you update kitchen counter tiles without removing them?
- Use Tile Stickers, Decals.
- Use Tile Paint.
- Grout Renewal.
- Use Contact Paper.
- Cover with a Wood or Metal Paneling.
- Use Of Concrete.
- Consider Using Brick Panels.
- Ask For Professional Help.
Can you replace bathroom countertops without damaging cabinets?
Here's the short answer: Yes, absolutely. You can replace your countertops without having to renovate all your cabinets. However, there are a few implications and questions you may want to consider before you decide to go that route.