When it comes to updating your home you can often be found assuming that rooms such as the bathroom, or indeed for the purpose of this article the kitchen, are two expensive renovation projects to take on. You would be right in thinking that. Renovating those rooms entirely with something new is expensive. However, you can also do them on a budget. Which is why I thought I would share with you some of the ways you can do that for your kitchen. I hope it gives you some inspiration.
Paint the kitchen cupboards
When it comes to your kitchen, replacing it completely is where some of the biggest expense will be, however, if you are happy with the layout, the look of it, then why not make just a few small changes? Painting the cupboard doors could really help you make it feel like a new kitchen with very little investment. Just paint and your time to make it look completely different.
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Change up your colour scheme
Maybe you just want to make some simple changes to your kitchen and even looking at a different colour scheme when it comes to ornaments and accessories could be the answer you are looking for. Many people originally choose a neutral kitchen which then gives them this flexibility to change when it comes to colour. Adding a brighter colour could really enhance your work surfaces and give your kitchen a whole new look without mega expense.
Add a feature wall
Just as you are considering changing your colour scheme why not think about changing the colour of the walls. A feature wall in a kitchen can be a great addition and could transform the overall look of the space. People consider things like a chalk wall which can then be used for notes or meal plans. Or adding a colour to work alongside your new theme in other parts such as appliances and accessories on display. A feature wall could even be pictures or prints, either of you and the family or from your favourite artist.
Change one thing
Finally, if you have some budget then why not think about changing one big feature in the room instead? This could be a new flooring perhaps or tiling walls maybe. It could be a new light fitting or making more use of windows and doors. Such as installing bifold doors or making the access outside a little easier. All bigger jobs but will possibly cost less than replacing your kitchen. But all could make the space feel completely different.
I hope that this has given you some inspiration when it comes to changing your kitchen.