Skirts have been used in place of cupboard doors for many years. They are a great idea if you’re decorating on a budget. Choose fabrics that compliment your colour scheme to get a cohesive look.
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Using a skirt is an effective way of covering an open cupboard.
Fabric skirts give a rustic touch to a kitchen, furthermore they are an inexpensive way to give your kitchen a fresh new look.
When the cupboards under the work surface and sink are different heights, fabric skirts can give a more uniform look to disguise the fact.
Fabrics can also make a great door alternative, ideal when space is limited or you want to make shelves look like a cupboard.
Skirts are a cheap way to cover up food packets on shelves.
Adding a skirt is fabulous and inexpensive way to bring pattern and texture to a kitchen.
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Update old cupboards by replacing frosted glass or damage door with an internal skirt – it’s a bit like giving your cupboard a petticoat!
Skirts are right at home in Shabby Chic decorating motifs.
Use different colours and patterns pulled tight, rather than gathered, to replace cupboard doors.
Hang skirts from mini curtain poles and rings to give a more refined and sophisticated look.