Redesigning Your Kitchen On A Dime
With the abysmal housing market, everyone is looking for new ways to squeeze extra value out of their homes with as little capital as possible. Redesigns and renovations in living rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms and particularly in kitchens are becoming incredibly popular as a way to raise the value of a home and breathe new life into an old room at the same time. The only problem is that with so many peoples’ busy work schedules and having so little for themselves already, a redesign can sometimes seem like it’s out of reach for some. Here’s a few quick fixes for redesigning your kitchen with little effort and money spent while still having a lot of impact.
The first thing people often look at in a kitchen are the cupboards and shelving. New counter tops can get expensive quickly as can replacing drawers and cupboard doors. A simple solution can be found in just repainting the existing hardware. A fresh coat of paint can leave any kitchen looking new and sleek while retaining enough of its old look to be familiar. New kitchen faucets can also easily change the look of a room. Changing out your sink’s faucets is not only often inexpensive, but it also doesn’t take much in the way of technical knowledge for working with pipes to change out. New faucets will often have your visitors asking what you’ve done to make your kitchen feel new without being able to pinpoint exactly what you’ve done.
Quick and simple renovations are often easy to do and light on your wallet and can add plenty of value to a home by updating the look of your kitchen. If you do a little work and are unsatisfied or think there’s more you could work on, keep going until you feel your renovations are complete or you like the look of your new kitchen. At the end of the day, the most important critic is you.