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Tile your kitchen cabinet doors for a fresh new look that's easy on the eyes and on the wallet.
Brown and white paint
Primed picture molding
Tip: Speed the tiling process by using premixed mastic and grout. We used Elmer's grout sold in a tube, which spreads like glue.
1. Paint the cabinet door (we used two coats).
2. Lay out your tile design and center it on the cabinet door.
Apply mastic to the wood, then adhere the tiles. Let the mastic dry following the manufacturer's directions.
3. Grout the tile, following the manufacturer's instructions.
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