The old adage “The kitchen is the heart of the home” holds true even today, as the whole family’s nourishment comes from this place. These days, people want their kitchens to look as attractive as their living rooms, if not more so. So, to cater to the changing needs, modern kitchens come in a variety of designs. This makes it possible to remodel this space with small changes, depending on your budget. You can also seek professional kitchen remodeling services to provide you with free estimates of designs, depending on your needs.
Low-cost Kitchen Makeover Ideas
Here are some tips for a budget makeover:
First set your priorities. For instance, if an open and spacious kitchen is your priority, then opt for cabinets that will add storage space without taking away from the openness of your kitchen’s layout.
Note down the changes that you want in lighting, countertops, appliances, and your center island should you have one. Keep the order of importance in mind while making your list. You can also seek out help from professional kitchen remodeling services for making these changes within your budget.
If you are bored of the cabinets that you have and their same old look, you can get them remodeled instead of replaced. For example, you can repaint them or change the hinges.
However, if they are in rather poor condition and demand replacement, you can buy remanufactured cabinets at a bargain price and have them fitted by a professional if doing so on your own is biting off more than you can chew.
For a small budget renovation, engineered stone countertops made from polymer resins and crushed quartz are a good budget friendly options. These are as durable as granites and cost considerably less.
The cheapest option, however, are ceramic tile countertops. Available in an array of colors and designs (printed or engraved), ceramic tiles impart an entirely new look to your countertop. This single change can make a major difference in the overall look and feel of your kitchen.
By illuminating the dark work areas of your kitchen, you can make it look completely different. For under-counter lighting, halogen lights and rope lights are ideal. If lighting is your focus, go a little loose on your budget and buy pendent fixtures to illuminate the space.
You can also make changes to how you arrange your countertop appliances and anything else that isn’t bolted down to better take advantage of any natural light your kitchen lets in. A redesign after all isn’t just about buying new things. It’s about rearranged the room to more appropriately fit your needs, both in function and form.
Making changes to your kitchen can be as costly or as cheap and you want them to be. You can spend thousands on a complete remodel. Or, you can make one or several minor but strategic changes at bargain bin prices.
As long as you plan, prioritize, and follow through on what you start, you’ll be happy with the look and feel of your remodeled kitchen.