Creative ways to update old plywood cabinet doors & hinges?
We have painted plywood cabinet doors in our 1961 kitchen. The doors are structurally fine, and none of them appear to be standard sizes, so I'd rather prettify the ones we have rather than shell out the $$ for new doors. What's the most creative solution you've seen for updating plain plywood doors to make them look a little less boring and a bit more cottage-y? I've seen molding applied to the outside to give them a sort of relief effect, and I've wondered if I can do anything with stencils.... If anyone has photos of creative -- and cheap -- solutions please post! I'm also wondering if I can replace the 1/8" offset surface mount hinges with concealed ones, or is this so much trouble that DH would be pulling his hair out...?