Times change and with it also fashions and designs. We cannot expect that what we built 10 years ago is still a trend today. You always need to reinvent yourself to be able to stand out from the heap. Kitchen remodel is a good investment that you will appreciate in the short term, but which, in some cases, can be quite expensive. Performing small remodels over time is one of the best (and smartest) ways to keep the kitchen remodel and fashionable. Here, I present some simple and cheap ways to Kitchen remodel:
Kitchen Remodel – Scrape And Paint
If you are lucky enough to have wooden cabinets, remove the paint or the old finish. Then, paint them the color you like and the one that matches the rest of your kitchen. Another good idea is to change the doors and fronts of the drawers, so we do not spend so much money and get a good result.
Kitchen Remodel- Apply Molding
Apply moldings from your local home improvement store to the top parts of your cabinet for a classic and updated look. Molding and other cabinet details are a trend that never seems to go out of style.
Kitchen Remodel – Splash Guard
Buy a panel and use it to avoid splashing the wall of your kitchen, it also gives a very elegant touch. While it depends on the color and model, no matter which one you choose, the change will be noticed at first sight. But be sure to use a quality paint that can be easily washed! If you feel that the panel does not go with the style of your kitchen, then you can try a tile. The tile is a utensil, in addition to a beautiful decoration, which serves against the splashes that occur in the kitchen since it is waterproof and easy to clean.
Install one or more iron rods on the wall, about 6 to 8 inches below your cabinets. Use the rod to hang towels, kitchen utensils or pots. You can hang the pots or utensils of the large S-hooks that hook on the rod. This simple practical utensil gives a different touch to your kitchen.
Add color to white cabinets by painting small red frames or the favorite furniture color that contrasts with the decor. Put them in front of the cabinet. You can add images to the pictures if you wish or leave them as just a graphic element. Adding color to the kitchen can be even easier than that: try adding new towels, a carpet or accents on the counter. Not only is it easy to do, but it is also a good way to “try” new colors without compromising on new paint. Speaking of paint, not all kitchens have walls that can be painted. If you are considering painting the walls you have, read these tips to select the right shades for your kitchen.
Do you have children? What if you use small blackboards so they can write and leave messages? There are refrigerators with doors where you can write since the entire door has a material similar to that of a slate.
If you don’t want tiles across your dashboard panel, use terracotta tiles or pavers in a strip, rectangle or square design. Go to the local store of your choice and choose the one that you think best matches your kitchen, do not forget to check the material so that it does not spoil so soon.