5 Aesthetic Touches to Your Kitchen That Will Make All the Difference
If your kitchen could use a makeover, it won’t take much time or money to get a fresh new look. A handful of updates can streamline one of the most important rooms in your home without planning a complete remodel. Here are some affordable projects you may want to consider.
Your kitchen’s countertops probably show a fair amount of wear and tear due to their frequent use. This is one of the first areas that people notice about your kitchen. Upgrade the old ones with new quartz countertops for a classy look that goes with any style or décor. Quartz is not only stylish, but it is also durable. With numerous designs to choose from, you should be able to easily find a pattern or style that you love.
Old, leaky windows show their age and can let in leaks and bugs if the frames begin to deteriorate. New windows add a vibrant point of interest while admitting various levels of sunlight dependent on the type of curtains or blinds being used. If you don’t want to buy new windows right now, look for trendy window blinds or valances that will add color and control to the amount of sunlight you let pass through your kitchen windows.
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Homeowners that have the skills, tools, and know-how to install flooring can get great deals on waterproof planks and tiles for the kitchen. A brand-new floor provides a bright, clean feel to the room especially when it coordinates with the countertops, cupboards, and walls. Even if you hire a pro for the installation work, it may not cost that much. You can recoup your investment over several years’ time with a floor that holds up to frequent use.
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New cupboards add a “wow” factor to any kitchen. Costs range from affordable to pricy, depending on the quality you want. If all new cupboards costs too much, you can opt to have your current cupboard doors refaced, which is much cheaper. Either way, cupboards add personality and charm to a kitchen, so make yours look great.
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Although appliances are work machines overall, they come in a variety of colors and designs that fit any decorating scheme. Consider buying a new fridge, stove, and dishwasher to update your kitchen’s look. You may be able to find used models in good condition for a lower price than new ones.
Making simple but effective changes like these can make your kitchen look near-new again. Invest in basic enhancements that will let you enjoy your kitchen time more than ever.