Decorative panels made of cloth or paper wrapped hardboard make it simple and affordable way to change the look of the kitchen furniture is outdated or obsolete parts. Just cut hardboard panels to cover part of the front doors or drawers, and clothes them with your favorite patterned fabric paper to create stand-out focal point or add texture to your design scheme.
If using a power saw is not for you, your local home center cut hardboard panel size you need. Make sure you go to a day not so busy in the shop for a quick turnaround.
The first step is to figure out what size panel you need. Then measure and extract them from 1/4-inch hardboard. Cut a piece of fabric or paper two inches wider and two inches longer than the piece of hardboard you will be close, and ensure that any patterns or motifs that you want to appear centered.
Place a cloth or paper face over your work surface and place the center of hardboard. Attach cover hardboard using your arrow T50elite and 1/4-inch staples. Starting in the middle on one side, working for outbound staples and putting a half inch or so apart and parallel to the edge of the fabric. Cut 3 inches from each corner. As you work, keep the cloth or paper tight and make sure you get aligned with the edge of each panel fixed linear pattern.
To complete each corner of the panel, pull the corner back to the hardboard covers loose, creating a 90 degree angle and attach it to the principal. Then fold in the remaining loose material to the board and staple in place, smoothing the material while striving to keep them from bunching up. Keep going until all the corners and edges fastened in place.
For hole drawer panel, mark and drill the panel plate to match the holes in the front of the box in which you re-attach the hardware. Swap your T50elite staples for 5/8-inch brad nails and attached plate matching door panels or drawer fronts with firing the brad nails in each corner at an angle. Once you’ve secured a corner, fire brad nail in the center of each side panel. If the box before actually longer, use Brad nails as needed.
Now, as you update the furniture around the room with cool decorative panel project, have fun accessorizing your work with the new hardware. Shop a large variety of handles, knobs and interest are available at your local home center, you will find a style to complement the new door panels, and unexpected shapes and colors for extra pop design.