When the cabinet doors are built with outdated or cheap-looking materials, you can make your whole room look ugly. One option is to install more decorative doors cabinets, such as knotty pine. Although you can have a professional craftsman put on cupboard doors knotty pine, you may not have the money to hire a professional. Measure the length and width of the front of the cabinet. Cut a piece of thick knotty alder interior doors pine wood half-inch to the same measurements using a circular saw.
Sand the whole board with medium sandpaper to remove any chipping or grain roughness. Sand the board again with fine sandpaper grain to make the wood smooth and soft for knotty alder interior doors. Brush the board using a 2-inch flat brush to remove any sawdust. Dye entire surface of pine board in an even layer with wood stain and sponge brush. Allow the stain to dry for six to eight hours.
Apply an even coat of clear latex varnish over the entire surface of the plate using a flat brush 2 inches. Allow the paint to dry for six to eight hours. Place handle a knotty alder interior doors cabinet in front of the box on the right side, and mark the screw holes with a pencil. Remove the handle.