5 Ways to Update your Kitchen on a Budget
2020 has caused a lot more nesting than recently, with staying home and not traveling we are all seeing small updates we can do to our homes. Kitchens are the most used rooms in our homes, and nowadays are probably getting even more use than ever. Are you ready to update the look, but don't want to do a complete overhaul? Remodeling does not have to always involve a big budget or weeks to months of construction. If you like the layout or your kitchen, but just want to add some upgrades; here are 5 ways to update your kitchen on a budget.
1.) Cabinet knobs and pulls: Updating your cabinet hardware makes a big impact with little investment of time or money. There are many options out the in several different finishes that can give you a sleek, bold, modern or transitional feel.
2.) New Faucet: A stylish new faucet is a major upgrade for your kitchen, and is easy for homeowners to install, they do not require any cutting of pipes.
3.) Consider Painting your Cabinets: If you like the layout of your kitchen, and your cabinets are in good condition, but are in an outdated color, there is no need to replace them entirely. You can paint them. Whether they are laminate or hard wood there is a paint product for them. If you feel daunted by the idea of painting them yourself, check out the cost to have them professionally painted.
4.) Lighting: Replace all your old light fixtures with something more exciting and modern. Updating the lighting is such a simple step but makes a dramatic difference to the space. Lighting is such a special accessory; we always refer to light fixtures as the jewelry for the room.
5.) New Appliances: If your appliances are outdated, then it is a good investment to replace them. There are usually appliance packages that help to save some money.