By On Apr 29, 2018 Ideas
A good place to start when approaching a kitchen renovation is to ask yourself what you want out of the room and why you want to change it in the first place. Do you have an outdated kitchen that requires a total overhaul? Are the materials dated and just need an update? Can you do it yourself? Are you looking for easy fixes to breath new life into your space? Once you’ve identified the problems in your kitchen, determine what your budget is and decide if you’re going to do the work yourself or hire a contractor.
If a full renovation is not in your price range then redecorating is one way to breath new life into the space without spending a small fortune. A light, bright room feels bigger so painting the walls or replacing lighting elements is an inexpensive way to make a high-impact change. If you can’t afford to swap out something major like cabinets, paint or restain them to match your new design or check out other ways to update your home without major renovations.
Other creative options to revamp your kitchen include displaying personal decorative items like cookbooks and photos or opening up the space by knocking down a wall or two. Another cheap way to make a noticeable difference is to switch out the hardware on drawers and cabinets, like changing out old tarnished pulls and knocks with modern brass fixtures. Kitchen walls take up a lot of real estate in the room and are a place where cheap changes can make a big difference. Browse through our five favorite wall decoration ideas, from chalkboard walls to open shelving, for inspiration that you can apply to your own space.
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