A kitchen remodel can sound like a huge endeavor, but it doesn’t have to be. You can revamp the look and utility of your kitchen by taking a few simple steps. Although there will be an upfront cost, you may find that some of these can save you money in the long run.
Old, dirty, and/or mismatched appliances can give your kitchen a rundown feel. Investing in new appliances can give your kitchen a much more modern look. You will also enjoy the added benefits of improved functionality. Kitchen appliances have come a long way in the past several years. Some kitchen appliances even have smart home capabilities that will allow you to control them remotely from your phone. Imagine how convenient it could be to start your crockpot from work and come home to a delicious hot meal all ready and waiting. Newer appliances are also more energy efficient which will help cut down on your utility bills.
Change the Color
Color has a surprising effect on our mood. Changing up the color scheme can bring a whole new atmosphere to your kitchen. You can repaint the walls or put up some wallpaper. Cabinets can be painted or stained a different shade. Countertops usually have the widest variety of options available. You can choose from several different colors and materials. If you are considering replacing them, you may want to consider upgrading to a hardier material. Granite, marble, or stone countertops can easily withstand heat and won’t easily be marked by hot pans and pots.
One of the big drives for remodeling a kitchen can be the lack of space. If your kitchen is feeling cramped, try adjusting the shelves before you replace the cabinets. Most shelves can be easily lowered or raised to accommodate the types of items that you are storing. For example, you don’t need a large shelf space to store spices. You can lower the shelf sitting above your spices to give yourself more room for larger pots and pans. Another great way to change up your shelves is to add risers. By putting some risers into your shelves, you can easily see the items that are sitting in the back of the shelf. This can help you find ingredients more quickly and can prevent you from buying items that you already have.
If your kitchen space isn’t working for you, don’t settle for what you currently have. By employing these tips and maybe a few others, you can really turn the space around. The kitchen is the center of your home. Make it a place that you enjoy being.
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