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Giving Your Kitchen a Facelift

Giving Your Kitchen a Facelift

You know that your kitchen may need a change, or a facelift, but the budget doesn’t allow for anything drastic. There are still ways to accomplish this and yet still have plenty of cash left in your pocket.

Getting new flooring or new cabinets would be wonderful, but can also be very expensive. One solution is to change the look of your cabinets by painting or staining them. If you go this route, you will also want to buy new hardware. With so many different types of handles and knobs, your cabinets and drawers can take on a bright new look without spending a fortune.

Here’s one example of kitchen cabinets that have added trim, new hardware and repainted, giving them a completely fresh and update look:

painted kitchen cabinetsPhoto Credit Better Homes & Gardens

Another way you can save is to leave your original floors. If your floors are too outdated and clash with the new look, there’s plenty of options that wont break the bank. While any flooring job will add significant cost to a project, if you’re smart about your choice it may not be as much as you think. New hardwoods or tile can be expensive, but these days, there are some quality laminate and even cork flooring options that can give a nice new look at a fraction of the cost.

We’ve installed cork flooring for quite a few projects, and really like the unique look and feel it adds to the room:

cork floors in kitchenPhoto Credit Better Homes & Gardens

A kitchen can take on a whole new look with new counter tops, hardware and appliances. Quick Tip: Keeping your existing floor plan will decrease the costs you would otherwise have to pay for an architect, and demolition. These are all things to keep in mind when thinking about your next kitchen remodel.

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  • Sarah Marier
    May 31, 2022, 10:55 am REPLY

    Such an amazing article and it is really very informative, keep up the good work. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Sarah Marier
    May 31, 2022, 10:55 am REPLY

    Such an amazing article and it is really very informative, keep up the good work. Thank you so much for sharing.

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