We all have a vision of how our dream kitchen should look. However, the idea of making this a reality always seems unattainable. A full kitchen renovation might not be in your budget at this time. However, this does not mean you can’t make minor changes that will elevate your kitchen design. Here are 5 simple ways to update your kitchen without renovating.
1. Changing Hardware
Changing the kitchen hardware is a easy way to refresh your kitchen. Brass, gold or black hardware can add a modern look to your kitchen without changing your kitchen cabinets. This change can be easily implemented and you wont believe how much of a difference it will make.
2. Changing Faucet
Changing the kitchen faucet is a great way to add a customized look to your kitchen. You can opt for a pull-down kitchen faucet as they come in several design styles. These faucets also make dish washing convenient.
3. Painting Cabinets
Yes painting kitchen cabinets is a thing. It can be quite time consuming but affordable cost alternative to replacing cabinets. A few cans of paint will help you through a DIY project and well worth the change and will help update your kitchen without renovating.
4. Add Pendant Lighting
If you have a kitchen island, pendant lights are a popular choice for adding task or decorative lighting. This can really brighten up your space and add some design flair.
5. Paint Kitchen Walls
Panting your kitchen walls is an easy and inexpensive way to update your kitchen without renovating. When it comes to what type of paint to use, oil paints work well in the kitchen because it is water resistant. Selecting the right paint is important especially for a high traffic area like the kitchen. Similarly, it is important to pay attention to the paint finish.
Now that you have some ideas of how to update your kitchen without renovating, you can add decorative elements like a beautiful floral arrangement to brighten up the space.
And there you have it, Simple Steps to Update Your Kitchen. Remember every kitchen is different so if you’re unsure of where to start or what finishes to select you can hire a designer to help make sure you’re selecting the best options for your kitchen.
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