You can refresh your kitchen with small changes. That does not always require a lot of money. All you need to do is pay attention to details. Details can affect the overall impression more than you think.
1. Throw Away All Unnecessary Things
When we enter the house, we usually go to the kitchen to put away the things we’ve bought. Therefore, we often fill our desks with unnecessary papers, bills, or promo-flyers from the stores. Be ruthless about these little things, and throw them away immediately. Design a place to put away just the things you need.
If you don’t have a free drawer, put everything into one box. Do not throw papers and bills in a fruit-bowl that is going to be overkill. Check the content of the box once a month. If you don’t need all that stuff – empty the box directly into the bin.
2. Give Your Kitchen Cabinets A New Look
Kitchen cabinets and elements take up most of the space in each kitchen. Therefore, if you refresh them with a new colour, your kitchen will be getting a whole new look. For example, to achieve the right effect in the small kitchen, paint the lower cabinets with a darker colour and the upper ones with a brighter one.
Ideally, the upper element will be the same colour as the wall behind them or the wall tiles. If the surfaces of the old cabinets are made of some non-paintable material, reach for self-adhesive wallpaper.
3. Replacing Kitchen Faucets
A kitchen is a place where the family spends time together. Usually, you gather around for breakfast and launch or dinner and catch up on what your day was, with a delicious meal. So, treat yourself with the kitchen interior you have always wanted, and make your time in the kitchen even more pleasant. When refreshing the kitchen, we cannot skip the faucets on our list. Today, the choice is much easier. Check out the article on the Kitchen Faucet Guides, where you can find different faucet options. Choose the one that will fit with your interior. Modern faucets are easy to install and do not require replacement of water pipes.
4. Set Up New Lighting
Instead of using the usual kitchen ceiling light, you can come up with a more interesting solution. There is a wide variety of luminaires, small reflectors and halogen lamps that can be installed under the upper kitchen elements. Experience has shown that the neon lamp is the most useful one. It is wall-mounted and closer to the upper elements. 50 centimeters long is sufficient.
5. Change The Kitchen Worktop
Your worktop may be in excellent condition, but it’s outdated or patterned. Replace it with a new one. You can do this easily and at an affordable price. You can also put tiles over the old board. It’ll look very effective, but it’s not easy to maintain as a classic worktop.
6. Think Of Details
Instead of buying a new kitchen, change the handles on the cabinets. Measure the distance between the holes in which the old handles are screwed. Look for some interesting ones that will make the kitchen glow like new. In the rich offer do not be guided by the names of manufacturers, but feel free to “stroll” through the markets. You can find many interesting details for an affordable price.