How to revamp your kitchen without work and at a low price?

We all want a kitchen that looks like us and reflects our personality. There are more and more solutions to personalize your Ikea kitchen and give it a stylish look. To recycle the existing cabinets of our kitchen, we opt for doors, handles and other accessories specially designed to adapt to the models of the Swedish giant. Several brands such as Superfront, Reform, Plum, Prettypegs, Plykea, Blocklip… offer fronts, feet and handles that fit perfectly with the standard boxes found at the kit furniture specialist. The must ? They reveal a palette of trendy colors, materials in tune with the times but also more daring shades so that everyone will find what they are looking for.

Left: the new Wood Collection from Superfront with vertical design fronts in Umber Wood color and ‘Bar’ handles in Umber Wood color. On the right: at the gates of Paris, a kitchen open to the living room whose ‘Metod’ (Ikea) cabinets have been transformed with ‘U-Shape’ fronts in a natural walnut finish from Plum. A choice that matches well with the green marble worktop. © Plum and Superfront

Although sober colors such as white and black remain the most popular, you can venture into more original colors such as forest green, pink or light blue. For more classic desires, different types of wood, available or not, are also available. And why not combine wood with neutral or pastel colored doors? At Plum, for example, it is possible to combine ultra-trendy cane doors with the color of our choice. They even imagined an arch-shaped cannage design for even more cachet.

Among the first to offer to customize Ikea kitchens and dressing rooms, Superfront specializes in beautiful graphic finishes. The Swedish brand has just launched its Wood Collection based on their sustainable and responsible philosophy. Doors and drawer fronts, sides, tops and plinths in ash veneer as well as a new ‘Bar’ handle that extends the length or width of the doors. A true ode to the warm material that is wood, it is available in two different designs – plain and vertical – and six shades of wood.

Sustainable aesthetic for the ‘Profile’ kitchen designed by Norm Architects for Reform. Here, the facades are in dark oak. But the kitchen is also available in natural colors or in a monochrome palette. © Reform

Another renowned brand, Reform creates unique kitchens in collaboration with great designers and also allows us to revamp our Ikea kitchen. And for pretty handles with character, Prettypegs offers a great range of models, colors and materials, ranging from the minimalist to the most daring. Responsible alternatives to transform our kitchen without requiring major work.

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