In most cases, replacing the cabinet doors in your kitchen rather than all of the cabinetry itself is cheaper. This makes sense as the amount of lumber and labor that goes into demolition, and manufacturing would be a fraction of the amount for a new cabinet door instead of the entire cabinet itself. The project is usually DIY-friendly, requiring new cabinet hardware, a drill, a screwdriver, measuring tape, and a pencil.
Resurfacing the cabinets with new doors can give your kitchen a new look and life for a relatively small cost and labor. If this project isn’t quite getting the job done for you, there’s also always considering repainting the cabinets instead of replacing them entirely.